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Hatha Yoga is a physical preparation of union and boundlessness that will push you beyond certain limitations and help you understand the mechanism of your physical body. Hatha Yoga will help you channelize your energy into the system to achieve ultimate fitness for your body.
The guided techniques work with body postures; creating a certain environment will drive your energy in certain directions that will bring balance by locking the vital energies in your body. The daily practice of Hatha Yoga can help you achieve stress-free and healthy life. You can observe positive changes in your body, and the slowing age effect is one of them.
Vinyasa is a smooth transition or flow between asanas. The seamless movement from one asana to another using breath is the basic fundamental of Vinyasa. The continuity in the consciousness of motion aligned with breath to attain balance between mind and body is also beneficial your heart.
Vinyasa improves flexibility in your body, mostly in your joints, and helps reduce the risk of injury. It provides relief from your lower back pain by strengthening your deep core muscles. Vinyasa is a dance of life, and with every practice it gets smoother. Vinyasa recognizes the transient nature of things and instructs you to move on from one situation to the next, similar to the movement between asanas. Vinyasa teaches balance.
Ashtanga is based on the principles of the eight-limbs Yoga. The series of poses executed with the flowing movements between energy and breath to promote focus, mental clarity, and inner peace are the deep-rooted fundamentals of Ashtanga Yoga.
The Limbs or Angas of Ashtanga Yoga are moral principles, personal discipline, yoga positions, yogic breathing, withdrawal of senses, concentration, meditation and salvation. The frequency of Ashtanga Yoga is designed to improve your overall wellness, such as stamina, strength, and bodyweight, and also helps you control your blood pressure. Ashtanga Yoga has several benefits for your physical and mental health.
The speediest and most popular form of yoga is Power Yoga. It is a fitness-based yoga focused on building strength and endurance. Power Yoga is a form of Vinyasa that has its roots in Ashtanga Yoga. Power Yoga is a fast-paced, intense activity just like doing an aerobic and cardio workout together.
Power Yoga is a modern-day yoga that confuses people with the exercise. While exercises are physical and focus on the development of the outer body, Power Yoga helps achieve strength with a stress-free, healthy mind much much faster. Power Yoga burns calories and helps achieve weight loss. Better sleep and a stronger immune system are the proven benefits of Power Yoga.