What kind of Yoga is right for you?
By: AYM Yoga School
In this post, we have tried to cover some popular style of Yoga, so take this as a helpful guide to embark on your yogic journey.
Hatha yoga: Hatha yoga is a physical practice of Yoga that refers to balancing the masculine and feminine form of Yoga. It is a slow-paced yoga that increases your overall strength, flexibility, and balance. All movement of Hatha Yoga is based on your breathing pattern, and it is mainly focused on the correct alignment of yoga poses.
When it comes to beginners yoga, Hatha yoga is considered as most beginner-friendly Yoga. Typically hatha yoga class is slow-paced, and when It comes to the sequence of yoga poses, they are very traditional.
Ashtanga Yoga: It is a more vigorous style of Yoga that was brought forward to the modern world by K. Pattabhi Jois. It is a flowing style of Yoga in which every movement of yoga postures is connected with the breath of your body. In typical Ashtanga yoga, you will move nonstop from one series to another series of ashtanga yoga in sync of your breathing. Every series consist of a particular set of sequence that runs in a specific order. But the teacher asks the student to pick their own pace.
Vinyasa yoga: Popularly known as flowing and the most vigorous form of Yoga which is characterized by a string of connecting poses in the synchronization with the breath. One can say that your flow of yoga postures are interlinked with your breathing. Vinyasa yoga focus on breathing for the alignment of your body to your mind. When we talk about vinyasa flow of Yoga, it is mainly comprised of stringing poses of Surya namaskar.
There are many types of Yoga, and each is unique in its sense. So come to yoga class with an open mind and do not expect anything. Try different styles of Yoga, and when you find one that suits you and work best for you, then stick to it. Be persistent with your practice, and you will get benefited with your consistency in the long run.
So challenge your body and no matter what form of Yoga you practice embrace it with your all heart.
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