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Top 10 Varieties Of Yogas. Check Which One Is Best For You.

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Agamoni Das

Yoga is the one that has remedy for all the health problems and this is the one that can make yourself fit from inside. So, before you are taking admission in any yoga classes, first you have to know about it. And if the confusion is which form of yoga to take up, then here is the answer –


KUNDALINI YOGA
Kundalini Yoga is also called as ‘The Yoga of Awareness’. The name was actually formed through a focus on awakening Kundalini energy through regular practice of meditation, pranayam, chanting mantra and yoga asana. Kundalini Yoga is actually a combination of physical postures, breathing, movement, stretching, meditation, mantra and relaxation. This yoga aims to cultivate the creative values, speak truth and focus on the compassion and consciousness needed to serve and heal others.  So, it’s obvious that it will bring you a balance within your body, soul and mind. Also can help you to find out the maximum from you and make you feel your life, the purpose of life. 


HOT YOGA
Hot yoga refers to yoga exercises performed under hot and humid conditions. It is now used to describe any number of yoga styles that use heat to increase an individual’s flexibility in the poses. Hot yoga typically leads to profuse sweating. The room temperature for hot yoga is 35-38 degree celcius and this yoga is done for 60 min

                                       


BIKRAM YOGA
It is a system of yoga that synthesized from traditional Hatha yoga techniques. The classes run for 90 minutes and consist of same series of 26 postures, including two breathing exercises. It is actually a hot yoga style, rather a form of hot yoga. Bikram yoga is done at a temperature of 40 degree celcius, along with humidity level of 40%. Bikram yoga is strictly done for 90 min, you can’t get a break.


JIVAMUKTI YOGA
The Jivamukti Yoga method is a proprietary style of yoga. It’s a physical, ethical, and spiritual practice, combining a vigorous Hatha yoga, vinyasa-based physical style with adherence to five central tenets: shastra (scripture), Bhakti (devotion), Ahimsa (nonviolence, non harming), Nada (music), and Dhyana (meditation). This system emphasizes bringing ancient teachings alive in a contemporary setting.  Jivamukti Yoga has developed a reputation as the chosen yoga style of many celebrities.


HATHA YOGA
Hatha yoga is a branch of yoga. The word haá¹­ha literally means "force" and thus alludes to a system of physical techniques. Hatha yoga is about finding balance. Through working with the physical body, releasing tensions and traumas stored in the body, you create space in yourself and, through that space and balance, the opportunity for spiritual growth. It makes the body stronger and more flexible, helps releasing tension and trauma stored in the body and calms the mind.


IYENGAR YOGA
Iyengar yoga is a form of Hatha Yoga that has an emphasis on detail, precision and alignment in the performance of posture (asana) and breath control (pranayam). The development of strength, mobility and stability is gained through the asana. Iyengar yoga has systematised over 200 classical yoga poses and 14 different types of Pranayam ranging from the basic to advance. This helps ensure that students progress gradually by moving from simple poses to more complex ones and develop their mind, body and spirit through a step-by-step approach. Iyengar Yoga often makes use of props, such as belts, blocks, and blankets, as aids in performing asana. The props enable students to perform the asana correctly, minimising the risk of injury or strain, and making the postures accessible to both young and old.

                                        


YIN YOGA

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asana, that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more. Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.


VINYASA YOGA

According to Maehle Vinyasa yoga is Sequential movement that interlinks postures to form a continuous flow. It creates a movement meditation that reveals all forms as being impermanent and for this reason is not held on to. It denotes a flowing, dynamic form of yoga, connected to breath or pranayam in which yoga and mudra transitions are embodied as linkages within and between asana.

                                       


RESTORATIVE YOGA
A restorative yoga sequence typically involves only five or six poses, supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest. It is a form of yoga that seeks to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation with the aid of props. The use of props makes it easier for you to maintain balance while you are stimulating and relaxing your body. While some restorative yoga poses are beneficial to the entire body, others target specific parts of the body, such as the heart or the lungs. . Held for 5 minutes or more, restorative poses include light twists, seated forward folds, and gentle backbends.


ASTANGA YOGA

The Ashtanga Yoga is a style of yoga  which is often promoted as a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga. Ashtanga means eight limbs or branches, of which asana or physical yoga posture is merely one branch, breath or pranayam. The first two limbs - Yamas and Niyamas  are given special emphasis to be practiced in conjunction with the 3rd and 4th limbs. Ashtanga Yoga is a highly structured vinyasa-style class. There are five Ashtanga asana series and you must master every pose of the first series before moving onto the second series.