is a very general term that can encompass many of the physical types of yoga. It refers to yoga practice that combines asana (poses) and pranayama (breath). Hatha is the umbrella of all yoga styles.
means breath-synchronized movement. Vinyasa class tends to be more vigorous style, typically started with a number of Sun Salutations to warm up the body for more intense flow of asana sequences.
is a fast-paced, intense style of yoga. Ashtanga practice is physically demanding because of the constant movement from one pose to the next. In yoga terminology, this movement is called flow. Ashtanga is also the inspiration for what is often called power yoga.
this style of practice is based on the teachings of B.K.S Iyengar and is most concerned with body alignment. In yoga, the word alignment is used to describe the precise way in which your body should be positioned in each pose in order to obtain the maximum benefits and avoid injury. Iyengar practice encourages use of props to bring the body into alignment.
pratice relaxes the muscle and aim to target the jointas and deep connective tissues, which wraps them. Many of the asanas will be familiar to experiences yoga students, but transformend into a quiter and more meditative practice. Yin yoga is the perfect complement to other strength-oriented forms of Yoga.
during pregnancy, you want to stay in shape and do what is best for your baby-to-be. Prenatal Yoga is wonderful way to do both, Whether you are new to yoga or already an experienced practitioner, you can enjoy the benefits of yoga while pregnant. Yoga classes are a great way to prepare you for the birthing process as well as enjoy the company of other pregnant women.
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