What Kind of Yoga Is Right for You

[su_box title=”3) Ashtanga” style=”noise” box_color=”#fff” title_color=”#2e383f”]Ashtanga-Yoga

One of the most demanding types of yoga, ashtanga incorporates fast-paced cardio with strength training. Unlike vinyasa, ashtanga yoga uses a set sequence of poses and is usually more vigorous.

Ideal for people who like sticking to a routine and for those who want a more physically intensive yoga class.[/su_box]

[su_box title=”4) Power Vinyasa” style=”noise” box_color=”#fff” title_color=”#2e383f”]PowerVinyasa

Power vinyasa yoga arose from ashtanga yoga but is physically more taxing and does not have a set sequence of poses.

Perfect for people who don’t like practicing the same poses every class, but still want a heart-pumping yoga class.[/su_box]

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  1. Great outline but you missed my favorite- Kundalini Yoga. It's meditative and thoughtful, levels up based on how hard you push yourself so classes aren't by level, and has proven to be good strength and balance training for me. The classes are different every time.

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