Hatha Yoga

Hatha is the core form of yoga. All styles of yoga are derived from hatha yoga. It is the most scientifically proven style of yoga. Hatha yoga majorly deals with the physical body, It helps the body to be fit and enhances its strength in all the necessary instruments to keep the body in its natural state.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga is a meticulous approach to yoga that tracks a particular progression of postures as each style links every movement to a breath. The only difference is that Ashtanga always performs the exact same poses in the exact same order. This is a hot, sweaty, physically demanding practice. There are six established and active pose sequences focussing on the primary series, which is to be mastered before moving on. The series is made up of a set of postures, which follow on from each other in the same order every time. It is a moving meditation and the goal is that every breath taken becomes a conscious one.

Iyengar Yoga

One of the earliest students of Krishnamacharya - often referred to as "the father of modern yoga, BKS Iyengar. BKS Iyengar has developed the therapeutic application of the postures involved in the yoga. Postures are explored in detail to penetrate remote anatomical layers of the body. Both body and mind are treated beyond their limits of everyday life and are made to work in unison. Iyengar Yoga aims to unite the mind, body, and spirit by practicing asana with great precision. Props like blocks, straps, harnesses, and incline boards are used to get you more perfectly into positions.

Kundalini Yoga

TThe practice of kundalini yoga features constantly moving, invigorating poses. The fluidity of the practice is intended to release the kundalini energy in your body. Kundalini yoga is also considered one of the most intense yoga practice which leads to very profound experiences. Classes include a series of repetitive exercise designed to encourage the energy to move upwards. This is done in conjunction with very precise breathing exercises. Chanting, gongs and meditation are often used at various points during a Kundalini class.

Restorative Yoga

If you are a person who likes the more decent style of yoga then restoration yoga it is right for you. Restoration yoga is less vigorous as compared to another style of yoga. It is a relaxing style of yoga practice. In this style of yoga poses are held five to as long as twenty minutes and during this time you are supported by blankets, blocks or bolsters. This will help you to enter a deep state of relaxation.

Vinyasa Yoga

In Vinyasa yoga movement between poses, typically accompanied by regulated breathing. Each of the important postures is practiced with elaborate vinyasas (variations). Each variation is linked to the next one by a succession of special transitional movements synchronized by the breath.

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