The Western physical culture’ discourse
The British scholar Mark Singleton (2010) agrees to some extent – along with more and more scholars – that modern yoga poses originate outside the original hatha-yoga discourse. However Singleton expands the discourses of influence by implying that most of the late colonial Indian asana discourses mentioned by Sjoman were themselves outgrowths of European body discourses. So Singleton instead directs our focus towards modernist Western body discourses, as they emerged during the 19 century and moved into global culture circuits at the turn of the 20 century.
Around 1900 as bodybuilding, photography and cheap printing presses emerged they inspired Indian colonial elites. Bodybuilders like C.R.D. Naidu, P.K. Gupta, M.V Krishna Rao, K.VIyer, Yogacarya Sundaram took up the challenge and kicked into action a new Indian health culture. Here, says Singleton, they combined the new with existing Indian body exercises. For instance, they developed the movement sequence that we today know as sun-salutation. Their aim was framed by the Western physical culture discourse – a holistic, healthy and strong body, mind and soul.
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