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Considering yoga? Whether you have a regular practice or are exploring styles, yoga will inevitably change your life and promote balance and peace within.
Here’s a low down on some of the most popular styles:
Hatha Yoga focuses on the physical well-being of a person and believes that the body is the vehicle of the spirit. Know the different Styles of Hatha Yoga.
Everyone who practices Anusara Yoga acknowledges that “flowing with grace” is essential in achieving physical and spiritual well-being. Know more about this Yoga Style in this section.
Hatha Yoga is the most popular branch of Yoga and from which a lot of the Styles of Yoga originated including Power Yoga, Bikram Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga and Kundalini Yoga.
Kundalini Yoga focuses on the centers on awakening the Kundalini, the energy (serpent power or Bhujangini) which is found at the base of our spine or the Muladhara Chakra.
The Bikram’s Yoga class for beginners involves 26 Postures and two Breathing exercises in a hot room. This is to systematically move fresh, oxygenated blood to the whole body, to each organ and fiber, restoring all systems to healthy working order.
Ashtanga Yoga is for those who are interested in serious workout. It includes challenging sequence of poses with Ujjayi Breathing and vinyasas.
Iyengar Yoga focuses on correct body alignment to prevent yoga practitioners from suffering injuries or pain. Moreover, it makes use of props to aid the yoga practitioner in performing asanas.
Sweat your way to a better health through Hot Yoga! This Yoga style entails up to two hours of doing asanas inside a heated room. Though this can be really sweaty, the benefits will surely cool you down.
Yin Yoga includes postures to strengthen the body, enabling you to sit for long periods during Meditation. It combines the use of passive and active Asanas, Pranayama, and Meditation.