Yoga classes can really stress you OUT! Parking, everyone else in their perfection, GAH! Get your yoga on at HOME for LESS and maybe you can finally de-stress!
Read-up on these three different types of Yoga and see which one is right for you!
Sivananda yoga, after the teachings of Swami Sivananda (1887-1963) focuses on preserving the health and wellness of the practitioner. Sivananda revolves around frequent relaxation and emphasizes full, yogic breathing.
Begin with doing the Sun Salutation, it is the most simple but also highly invigorating.
Once you have done this series a few times you can try out different beginner poses such as these:
Sivananda Yoga is easily available in most communities and cities and can be enjoyed by all different ages to promote overall health and well being.
Bikram is often marketed as “hot yoga” it is practiced in rooms that have been heated to 40C or 105F, this is keep your muscles warm and prevent injury, but also to help your body flush toxins. Bikram’s method is a set series of 26 yoga poses, each of which is performed twice in a 90 minute class, is designed to stretch muscles, ligaments and tendons in the order in which they should be stretched. Only a mat and towel are needed for Bikram yoga, and most students don’t wear much clothing because of the heat. Bikram can be started at any level and enjoyed immensely as your physicality progresses.
Co-founded in 1984 by Sharon Gannon and David Life in New York, Jivamukti yoga is a vigorously physical and intellectually stimulating practice leading to spiritual awareness. A new and trendy yoga whose distinct style incorporates the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of yoga into a modern lifestyle. Each class is designed around a theme, which is explored further with chanting, readings from ancient text, music, postures and breathing. If you do Jivamukti at home, incorporate your own spiritual goals for a complete experience.
You can find more information about these different types of Yoga at your local library or routines
on YouTube by searching the type of Yoga you want to try.