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Styles of Yoga

There are various styles of yoga but all these styles are very different in one way or the another. These differences can be coordination of breath and movement, holding the postures, or the flow from one posture to another and strict alignment of the body. Ashtanga Yoga, Iyengar Yoga and Viniyoga are the three main styles of Yoga which were developed by Astanga, Iyengar and Viniyoga who were the students of Shri Krishnamacharya. Two other styles, Integral and Sivananda, were created by the disciples of the famous guru Sivananda.

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Ananda Yoga

Ananda Yoga is a classical style of Hatha yoga that uses asana and pranayam to awaken, experience and control the subtle energies within oneself. Its main object is to use those energies to harmonize body, mind and emotions, and above all to attune oneself with higher levels of awareness. Ananda Yoga is a relatively gentle and inward experience, which was developed by Swami Kriyananda, a direct disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda.

Anusara Yoga
Anusara Yoga

Anusara means to step into the current of divine will, or follow your heart or flow with grace or to move with the current of divine will. This style of Yoga was developed by John Friend. Anusara yoga is described as heart-oriented, spiritually inspiring and grounded in a deep knowledge of outer and inner body alignment. In this yoga the student’s various abilities and limitations are deeply respected and honored.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga yoga is meant only for those persons who want a serious workout, not for those who just want to take it leisurely. Ashtanga yoga was developed by K. Pattabhi Jois. In this yoga the learners have to move through a series of flows and jump from one posture to another to build strength, flexibility and stamina. The power yoga is based on Ashtanga.

Ashtanga Yoga
Bikram Yoga
Bikram Yoga

Bikram Yoga was developed by the Bikram Choudhary. In this yoga, one performs a series of 26 asanas designed to "scientifically" warm and stretch muscles, ligaments and tendons. Bikram Choudhury studied yoga with Bishnu Ghosh, brother of Paramahansa Yogananda.

Integral Yoga

Integral Yoga was developed by Swami Satchidananda. The integral yoga mainly emphasise on pranayama and meditation. Integral yoga was used by Dr. Dean Ornish in his groundbreaking work on reversing heart disease.

Integral Yoga
Iyengar Yoga
Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar Yoga was developed by the B.K.S. Iyengar who is one of the best known yoga teachers and thus named after him. Mr. Iyengar created one of the most popular styles of yoga in the world. In this yoga there is precise alignment of postures as well as the use of props such as blocks and belts.

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga was developed by the Yogi Bhajan in the year 1969 in the west. This yoga mainly focus on the controlled release of Kundalini energy. The practice involves classic poses, coordination of breath, movement and meditation.

Kundalini Yoga
Sivananda Yoga
Sivananda Yoga

Sivananda is one of the world's largest schools of yoga. Sivananda yoga was developed by Vishnu Devananda and was named after his teacher. Sivananda yoga follows a set structure that includes pranayama, classic asanas, and relaxation.

Svaroopa Yoga 

Svaroopa Yoga was developed by Rama Berch. It is a consciousness-oriented yoga that also promotes healing and transformation. In this type of yoga one learns different ways of doing familiar poses. This type of Yoga mainly emphasize on the opening of the spine by beginning at the tailbone and progressing through each spinal area in turn. Every pose integrates the foundational principles of asana, anatomy and yoga philosophy, and emphasize on the development of transcendent inner experience, which is known as Svaroopa by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras.

Svaroopa Yoga

Viniyoga is a methodology of developing various practices for individual conditions and purposes. Viniyoga was developed by Sri. T. Krishnamacharya and later continued by his son, T.K.V. Desikachar. The main features of this Yoga are the careful integration of the flow of breath with movement of the spine, with sequencing, adaptations and intensity dependent upon the overall context and goals. Pranayama, Meditation, Reflection, Study and various other classic elements are also taught in this part of Yoga.



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