The literal meaning of Hatha is "force". Hatha yoga practice involves breath, body, and mind. Hatha yoga has happened for millennia. We can put it in the form of energy, we can make it in so many ways. Hatha yoga has been a broad movement across the Indian traditions, openly available to anyone and everyone. In Western culture, Hatha yoga is typically understood as asanas and it can be practiced as such. But in the Indian traditions, it is much more than that. It extends well beyond being a sophisticated physical exercise system. It integrates ideas of ethics, diet, cleansing, pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, and a system for the spiritual development of a person. The purpose of Hatha Yoga is relief from mainly three types of pain — physical, environmental, and spiritual. Before and after performing hatha yoga proper diet is very necessary. One must spend some time on themselves. One can practice hatha yoga every day for 45-90 minutes. Hatha is considered a gentle yoga that focuses on static poses and is great for beginners. In just 45-90 minutes one can feel very peaceful and joyful. Sunrise is the best time to practice yoga. This is a perfect spiritual process one can do without any type of equipment.