Focuses on physical postures (asanas) and breathing exercises (pranayama)
Suitable for beginners and those seeking a gentle practice
Improves flexibility, strength, and balance
Vinyasa Yoga:

Flows seamlessly between postures, linking breath with movement
Energizing and dynamic, suitable for intermediate to advanced practitioners
Builds endurance, flexibility, and coordination
Ashtanga Yoga:

A set sequence of six series of postures
Physically demanding and requires regular practice
Develops strength, flexibility, and mental focus
Iyengar Yoga:

Emphasizes precision and alignment in postures
Uses props (e.g., blocks, straps) to support and modify poses
Improves flexibility, strength, and body awareness
Yin Yoga:

Involves holding postures for extended periods (3-5 minutes)
Targets connective tissues and deep fascia
Promotes relaxation, stress relief, and flexibility
Restorative Yoga:

Uses props to create supported and deeply relaxing postures
Restores energy, reduces stress, and improves sleep
Kundalini Yoga:

Combines physical postures, breathing exercises, chanting, and meditation
Stimulates energy flow and awakens spiritual awareness
Prenatal Yoga:

Designed specifically for pregnant women
Modifies postures to accommodate the changing body
Promotes physical and emotional well-being during pregnancy
Postnatal Yoga:

Helps new mothers recover from childbirth
Strengthens pelvic floor muscles, improves flexibility, and reduces stress
Chair Yoga:

Adapted for individuals with limited mobility or injuries
Uses a chair for support and stability
Improves flexibility, strength, and balance
Aerial Yoga:

Uses a hammock suspended from the ceiling
Inverts the body and provides decompression
Improves flexibility, core strength, and balance


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