Find style of yoga that's right for you


What kind of yoga do you do? The stretchy kind? The one where you breathe a lot? Move a lot? Rest a lot? If you don’t know, no worries. It’s common. There are so many styles of yoga out there, I thought it would be helpful to go over some. You can identify what might appeal most to you. If you attend a class and it doesn’t resonate with you, I encourage you to sample a few more. Yoga did not stick to me the first few times I tried it. It might have been that the class was a little slow, which didn’t mesh well with my (then) Type-A exercise personality of killing myself with cardio. It wasn’t until I found vinyasa yoga that I was hooked. It’s a more movement-oriented style, which is mostly what I teach now. From there, I’ve branched out and found much to love in the big, wide, yoga world. Hatha: Hatha is a general term that includes most styles of yoga. A hatha class will be ideal for a beginner to learn the postures or somebody who needs a gentler, slower practice. Bikram or Hot Yoga: Bikram Choudhury is the man behind Bikram yoga. It is a 90-minute class heated to an air temperature of about 100-105 degrees, with ample humidity to go along with it.

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Find style of yoga that's right for you