Different Yoga Style To Choose From

You’ve probably heard a lot about yoga, about all of the benefits it can bring you. But do you know what yoga really is about? When people think about yoga, most of them visualize a person twisting into a pretzel and doing all kinds of ridiculous poses. If you’re one of these people, then you surely have a lot to learn about yoga.

Yoga is an ancient art form dating back to 5,000 years ago. Even though it’s an old discipline, it is still very popular in this modern age and more people are actually joining in the practice. Yoga is all about harmonizing your mind and body through different postures (asanas), meditation and effective breathing techniques.

With yoga, there are actually a lot of different styles that you can choose from and if you are planning to join the practice and engage in yoga, you must choose a style that is in tune with you. Here are different yoga styles that you can choose from.

  1. ACRO YOGA. This is a relatively new yoga form created and developed by Jessie Goldberg and Eugene Poku. Acro yoga combines acrobatics and yoga through the use of gravity while stretching in order to improve the strengthening of the body.
  2. ASHTANGA YOGA. If you are looking to improve your core strength and tone your body then this might just be what you need. The Ashtanga yoga is an incredibly powerful and very physical practice as it demands that you synchronize your breath and movement which roduces internal heat and purifies your body. This discipline is very strict when it comes to practicing the poses. This form is developed by Sri. K Pattabhi Jois.
  3. HOT YOGA. This is also an intense yoga form wherein you would practice in an intensely heated room. Hot yoga is good at reducing stress and for pain management.
  4. HATHA YOGA. This form of yoga deals with the balance of stimulation and calming. Hatha yoga could either be wilful or forceful and often results in a balanced yoga practice. This balance is perfect for reducing stress. ‘Ha’ means sun and ‘Tha’ means moon making up Hatha yoga Chiang Mai.
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