Different types of Yoga explained

Yoga has been there for ages especially for Indians. Yoga is a practice that involves body and mind. It is the act of meditating and exercising to help one improve body flexibility and ones breathing. It is also known to help one relieve stress and maintain good health. It helps one focus on the positive side of life and be holistic. It will help you change your attitude towards yourself and to the entire world. Note that before you begin, visit your doctor just in case you are suffering from any illness. Let’s learn about the types of yoga there is.

BIKRAM

The room for the classes is heat at 105 degrees. You will have 45 minutes of pose while standing and floor postures that will last for another 45 minutes. These are poses that will help you loosen tight muscles and increase sweating which is useful for excessive removal of toxins and excess fat. In case you have an injury, this type of yoga will help you recover quickly, allow flexibility and help cleanse your body. It is good for starters and even for the advanced yogis.

ASHTANGA

You will increase the pace in this form of yoga. It stretches the lungs and push-ups are involved. It will help you improve your spiritual health, helps you to reduce stress, and it will help you cut weight. You will gain coordination and maintain strength.

IYENGAR

Sometimes you will find that your standing balance is wrong, and your standing poses not in order. This type of yoga will strengthen your body and align the balance. If you have injuries, perform Iyengar to speed up recovery. It is good for people suffering chronic diseases especially those with arthritis. It will help you as a beginner gain the correct pose.

VINYASA

This type covers many of poses where movement is directed much to the breath. It will help you build lean muscles all over your body. Your action should go hand in hand with your breath. It builds strength and makes the body flexible. Tones muscles and help reduce the risk of diabetes2, high blood pressure, and heart diseases.

HATHA

It is done slowly, gently and will focus on meditation and breathing. It is suitable for beginners whose standing poses are weak and help one relax. It will improve your breathing, assist in exercising and will contribute to reducing stress. It is good for starters.

The importance of yoga is to bring harmony to mind, the body which is the physical well-being, mental and psychological health, and also in the spiritual aspects of every human being. It is an exercise that one should include in the daily life as a way of living. Everyone wishes to have a healthy life, and thanks to yoga, Spiritual health, and physical fitness achieved. Try these types and even your skin will be toned and soften with time. Self-realisation is evident due to the calmness of the mind and a healthier body.