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5 YOGA STYLES
ASHTANGA: is a vinyasa practice introduced by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009). This style of yoga focuses on partnering each breath with movement in, out and through postures (asanas). An internal heat is built up within creating detoxification of the organs and muscles. A light and strong physical body is discovered accompanied by a rejuvenated mind.
KUNDALINI: first taught in the U.S. by Yogi Bhajan in 1969, this practice is very powerful and transformative focusing on the energetic body. The primordial and powerful energy within each of us is stimulated through the chakras in this practice by combining pranayama (breath), asana (postures), mudras (hand gestures/seals) and mantras. A practitioner reaches a deeper state of stillness, peace and amazing restoration of body, mind and Spirit.
HATHA: is a classical set of postures which are designed to open the body and allow more flow bringing health and vitality. The alignment of the main channel of the spine with breath work assists an individual to find balance of Ha (the sun and masculine) with Tha (the moon and feminine).
YIN: is a quiet flowing yoga practice. The poses are held for a longer period of time generally targeting the lower part of the body from navel to knees. The style is very effective in our busy and active lives where one can revitalize by balance of the softer, yin side of our Being.
RESTORATIVE: the restful process of restorative classes allow one to be supported with props to hold postures longer bringing deep healing to the physical body and soul. The guidance through postures allows one to feel safe and release. Blankets, blocks and bolster eliminate strain and aid the participant through classic poses. A relaxation and rest allow the body to heal.