Hot yoga lessons are 85–105 degrees. High heat increases intensity, strength, and flexibility in yoga.
Hatha yoga practices align the spine and body. Hatha yoga promotes mind-body harmony.
Kundalini yoga concentrates on spine energy and chakra opening. Kundalini yoga aims to alter mind, body, and soul.
Yin Yoga involves longer-held stretches to release emotions from deep connective tissues. Slower yoga holds poses for 30 seconds to several minutes.
Power Yoga is a fitness-based vinyasa that is quicker, hotter, and more intense. Faster, harder patterns increase breath connection.
Iyengar's yoga emphasizes anatomy and alignment in each asana. Iyengar invented various yoga props to assist each asana relieve tension.
Most vinyasa classes go from Downward Facing Dog to High Plank, Low Plank, Upward Facing Dog, and back to DFD.
AcroYoga, a partner-based acrobatic yoga, is becoming popular. AcroYoga demands trust and communication between practitioners.
Meditation has various uses. Meditation can alleviate stress, clarify the mind, or raise consciousness. Sagittarians may benefit more from regular meditation.
Ashtanga Yoga has six progressive series. Ashtanga Yoga students practice the same positions in every session as they advance to the next series.
Jivamukti Yoga emphasizes chanting, pranayama, meditation, and strong vinyasa. They emphasize spirituality, bhakti, and nonviolence.
Restorative yoga allows yogis to thoroughly relax and unwind. Restorative yoga uses supports like blocks, blankets, and bolsters to relax and rejuvenate muscles.