Yoga & Meditatiom
Types of Yoga

Yin yoga is a popular yoga practice that has been becoming more popular globally in the last few years. A Yin yoga class usually consists of a series of long-held, floor poses designed to stretch the connective tissues around the joints (the knees, pelvis, hips, and spine) at a very deep level to increase circulation,…

Types of Yoga

When people do yoga they exercise their whole body and focus also on the breathing rhythms. This definitely does good for all yogis but the poses don’t really exercise the face. In order to firm up the face and increase circulation we can do the yoga face exercises. Doing facial exercises is a natural way…

Types of Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is a sequence of poses that flows from one pose to the next seamlessly with a big focus on the breath. It is often called “flow yoga” and its flowing nature sometimes gets referred to as a dance. Its postures are not in a set definition like some other yogas so vinyasa can…

Types of Yoga

Hatha yoga is probably the oldest form of yoga known today. It dates back 5000 years to the time of the Vedas (Holy texts) and has been practiced ever since. It is a gentler type of yoga offering more basic asana practice (postures) and breath focus (pranayama) to bring you peace and relaxation. It has…

Types of Yoga

Kriya Yoga is a popular method of yoga practice that has been in the Western world for about 100 years. Kriya Yoga uses breathing practices to gain control over the prana (vital airs or breath) in order to ascend to a meditation state for Holy experience. Kriya From Sanskrit Kriya is a Sanskrit term, derived…

Types of Yoga

  With so many names, schools, and lineages of Yoga today it can be overwhelming to learn about or find the right yoga for you. After all, perhaps you’re simply looking to start doing some ‘yoga‘ and see where it takes you. Or maybe you’ve been practicing yoga for years, yet now there’s way more…

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