KINDS OF YOGA
There are several types of yoga you can try. But if you have never done any yoga at all, then the thought might scare you. But don't be, there's definitely one that might suite you ...so which one is for you? Here are a few you might wanna try.
This is great for you soon to be moms! It focuses on poses for pregnant women, in order to increase strength and flexibility. It also helps pregnant women to develop proper breathing and relaxation techniques for easier and more comfortable labor. I tried it and it was amazing! also try Post Natal Yoga
Acroyoga is a physical practice where they combine yoga and acrobatics! Sounds fun! You need a partner for Acroyoga, and don't be fooled its not as easy as it looks!
Yup! it does exist, and for that matter, goat, puppy & baby yoga exist too
Is similar to Ashtanga Yoga, in that's it has many of the same qualities and benefits, such as building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction.
At the base of your spine is where your kundalini energy lies. It helps heal the chakras
Bikram yoga consists of the same 26 poses and two breathing exercises performed in the same order every class for exactly 90 minutes. Bikram yoga studios, what Choudhury calls “torture chambers,” must be heated to 105 degrees with 40 percent humidity. The floor of Bikram yoga studios must be carpeted with mirrors on the front wall and bright lighting. Bikram yoga instructors must be trained by Bikram Choudhury himself and their studios must be affiliated in order to be considered true Bikram yoga. There can be no music, clapping, or hands-on instructor adjustments in Bikram yoga. Students are not permitted to talk during Bikram yoga.
You can safely stretch your muscles and tendons with Aerial yoga class! They say that being suspended in the air gives you more space to move that you can't do on the floor.I don't know yet but if you know of a class write in!
8. Hot Yoga
Hot yoga can be comprised of many different poses that vary by class and studio. Hot yoga rooms can vary in humidity and are generally heated to anywhere from 80 -100 degrees. Hot yoga may be performed with dim lights, by candlelight, and on any surface. Hot yoga often has music playing during the class and is followed by a round of applause. Hot yoga students are allowed to interact with each other and with the instructor.