There are different forms of yoga to suit different individuals. Find out what style works best for you.
Once a predominant school yoga, Anusara has splintered in the last decade. Here's why -- and why this is a shame.
Named with the term used by Patanjali to describe the Eight-Fold Path of yoga, this athletic style will get you into shape, but it can also do a great deal more. Practicing this predecessor of vinyasa yoga gives students the opportunity to experience some of yoga's history.
Bikram, or Hot Yoga
Curious about Bikram yoga? This style has been in the news lately due to its charismatic yet controversial leader, Bikram Choudhury. However one feels about Mr. Choudhury, his series itself is well worth checking out.
All yoga students owe a debt to both Iyengar the man and Iyengar yoga. This style isn't for everyone all the time, but even small doses can make a difference in your lifetime yoga diet.
This style of yoga claims spiritual as well as physical benefits, and requires learning in person from trained teachers.
One Yoga, Many Styles
Want to move further into the world of yoga? This article is an introduction to some of the more popular styles available in the yoga world at present.
Restorative Yoga is a very different from an active practice.
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Yin Yoga is a quiet yoga style intended as a complement to more active movements. As such, it's excellent for athletes seeking a balance and greater flexibility.
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