I combine a variety of styles in our asana (practice) depending on your needs.
The styles include, but are not limited to…
If you’re new to yoga then trying out a Hatha class might be the way to go.
Hatha as defined describes any of the practices, so a Hatha class will be slow-paced and geared for beginners
There will most likely be a lot of pranayama (breath work), as well an introduction to a variety of poses, and slow and gentle movements.
Hatha is also great to wind down with in the evening after a long day of work.
If you’re looking for movement, with a variety of always changing poses then Vinyasa is for probably the right type of yoga for you.
Other than expecting a series of Sun Salutations, no two classes are alike, and it’s probably the best suited style of yoga for the type of person who likes to move!
Commonly called “Power yoga”, Ashtanga requires constant movement and is physically demanding.
This type of yoga practice might be the best fit for an athlete who is used to playing team sports and moving very quickly.
Looking to sculpt that body of yours, get a little definition in those arms or chest, all while getting some cardio in?
Then give Ashtanga yoga a whirl!
Looking for some deep relaxation at the end of a hectic workday?
Having trouble quieting your mind? Or do you simply want to chill out? Restorative yoga may be the answer.
Restorative yoga is typically practiced with props, and involves only a handful of restorative poses you’ll hold for extended periods of time — but you’ll really connect your mind with your body. Expect more poses that open the chest area for breath work and more lying down than in your typical practice.
There’s no better practice late at night than restorative yoga. (It’s also great for people who have trouble falling asleep.)
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