6 Types of Yoga

Don’t get bent out of shape with all of the different types of yoga to choose! This guide will help you find which practice is right for you–whether you’re looking for muscle tone or peace of mind.


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Ideal for: advanced practitioners

Ashtanga is a physically challenging style. It moves rapidly from one pose to another. Typically, you execute 70 poses in one 90-minute to two-hour session. This yoga style requires strength, endurance, and lots of dedication. 


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Ideal for: A more spiritual experience.

Kundalini was developed to calm the mind and energize the body through movement, the chanting of mantras, and breathing.  The goal is to release the energy that kundalini devotees believe is stored at the base of the spine. If chanting is not for you, simply repeat the mantras in your head.