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Balancing
Balancing
Arm Balancing Asanas
Arm Balancing Asanas
Core Exercises
Core Exercises
Standing Asanas
Standing Asanas
Sitting Postures
Sitting Postures
Prone Position
Prone Position
Forward Folds
Forward Folds
Pranayama
Pranayama
Reclining
Reclining
Salutations
Salutations
Squatting
Squatting
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Inversion
Inversion
Kneeling
Kneeling

Yoga Types

There are many types of yoga, each with its own unique characteristics and benefits. Here are some of the most popular types of yoga: Hatha Yoga: This is the most common type of yoga and focuses on physical postures (asanas) and breathing techniques (pranayama) to improve strength, flexibility, and relaxation. Vinyasa Yoga: A dynamic and flowing practice that synchronizes movement with breath. It's also known as flow yoga. Ashtanga Yoga: A physically demanding practice that involves a series of set postures performed in a specific sequence. It's a great practice for building strength, flexibility, and stamina. Iyengar Yoga: A practice that emphasizes proper alignment and the use of props such as blocks, straps, and blankets to help achieve correct alignment. Bikram Yoga: Also known as hot yoga, it is a series of 26 postures and two breathing exercises practiced in a heated room (around 105°F). Kundalini Yoga: A practice that focuses on the release of energy in the body, using dynamic movements, breathing exercises, and chanting. Yin Yoga: A slow and meditative practice that involves holding postures for longer periods (typically 3-5 minutes) to target the connective tissues of the body. Restorative Yoga: A practice that uses props to support the body in various postures to promote relaxation and rejuvenation. Jivamukti Yoga: A practice that integrates yoga philosophy, chanting, meditation, and physical postures to create a spiritual and holistic practice. Anusara Yoga: A practice that emphasizes alignment principles and heart-centered themes to create a joyful and uplifting experience.
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