The purpose of this research was to study the physical and psychological experiences of hatha yoga practitioners, after direct experience in practicing hatha yoga, considering the possibility to use hatha yoga in counselor training. A qualitative research method of phenomenology was applied as a methodology of this study. The key informants were 8 hatha yoga practitioners. Data were collected by indepth interviews. The interviews were tape-recorded and transcribed into verbatim. The qualitative finding revealed 3 themes to explain the experiences which were : motivation, feelings, and outcome. The motivation could be grouped into 3 themes; (1) physical motivation (2) psychological motivation and (3) motivation due to the interest in hatha yoga. Regarding to feeling, 10 themes were emerged; (1) clam (2) feeling towards breathe control (3) feeling of concentration (4) relaxing (5) free from frustration (6) will (7)perseverance (8) realizing worth of hatha yoga (9) realizing hatha yoga as part of one’s life (10) positive feeling towards surroundings while practicing hatha yoga. The outcome included (1) physical outcome (2) psychological outcome (3) outcome in living one’s life. These findings show the potentiality of hatha yoga, as the eastern wisdom, to be used in counselor training.