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Different Types Of Yoga

If you are interested in following a form of physical activity that will benefit both your mind and body, there are various activities to choose from. You might find it overwhelming when you have to choose from a list of activities. Yoga Brisbane can be done as a group or as individuals. This discipline has originated from India and solely focuses on mental, spiritual and physical practices. This form of activity is also linked to religions such as Jainism, Buddhism and Hinduism. If you go and try a sample class and do not like it, do not be alarmed and think that you do not want to follow the class ever again.

There are many forms of this activity, and therefore there are many yoga classes Brisbane that cater to the different types. This article will explore a few types of this activity to help you grasp the concept.

Hatha
This is the class that you should take if you are a fresh. These lessons will be very slow and will mainly deal with holding your breath for each post and focuses on the physical posture of the body. It helps balance the energies of the body.

Vinyasa
Vinyasa is ideal for those individuals who prefer HIIT workouts. These movements are much faster and therefore you will need to be quick and prepare your heart rate to rise. You will be changing the poses by matching the beat of the son.

Iyengar
If you want to focus on the alignment of the body and also have a range of motion which is very detail oriented. The teachers go to the extent of sharing information about the practice and also about the benefits of the movement.

Ashtanga
If a challenge is what you want, then Ashtanga will give you the challenge. There are six specifically sequenced series of poses that will build an internal heat while you breathe in and out. You will have to follow the same sequence for each class to ensure that this will happen. If you are perfectionist and prefer to follow a set sequenced poses, this Ashtanga is for you.

Bikram
You will be sweating for this ninety-minute session where you will have to follow a specific sequences series of twenty-six poses. There are two breathing exercises done in two rooms with two different humidity levels.

Hot
Bikram and the hot form of this discipline is quite similar. There is no strict rules about following the twenty six poses like Bikram. You will feel the heat as you overstretch and therefore, be careful and try and not overdo yourself.

There are a few more types of this discipline that has not been highlighted which you can do your further reading about.


CATEGORIES : Fitness & Sports/ AUTHOR : Bart Adame

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