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Yoga 101...Which Type of Yoga Is Right for You?

There are quite a number of types of yogas these days that try to differentiate themselves from one another and emphasize certain aspects of the entire practice of yoga. Traditionally, yoga works on the body, mind and spirit, though most Western yogas tend to focus on the body.


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If you live in a moderately large city, you should be able to find several different kinds of studios and teachers, including:

* Hatha
* Iyengar
* Vinyasa
* Kundalini
* Bikram
* Ashtanga


Hatha yoga is the most traditional of all the forms of yoga, and dates back thousands of years. The name means willful or forceful, and the word is a combination of hat (sun) and ha (moon) representing power and balance.

Hatha works with the energy centers of the body, the chakras, as well as the muscles, flesh and bone, for a holistic workout. The main focus is on surrendering to and perfecting the many poses in this form of yoga. There are levels of practitioners who can do increasingly difficult poses for flexibility. They also improve their focus and concentration through meditation.

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Iyengar yoga was founded by B. K. S. Iyengar in the 1970s in India and is a form of Hatha yoga. Iyengar’s focus was on detail, precision and perfect alignment for the asanas (poses) he studied and taught, in order to develop strength, mobility and stability. Before his death at the age of 95, Iyengar was said to have perfected approximately 200 Hatha yoga asanas.


10 Yoga 101 PLR Articles:


  1. Ashtanga Yoga 

  2. Bikram Yoga 

  3. Hatha Yoga 

  4. How to Do Yoga at Home Safely

  5. Iyengar Yoga 

  6. Kundalini Yoga 

  7. Vinyasa Yoga 

  8. What to Expect When Starting a Yoga Routine

  9. Which Type of Yoga Is Right for You?

  10. Yoga and the Elderly


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