Asthanga means “eight limbs” and encompasses a yogic lifestyle. Asthana yoga is identified as traditional Indian yoga. Asthana yoga postures require stamina and synchronize breath with movement as you move through a series of postures. This is taught without music to assist students to get deeper into postures.
Bikram yoga is for those who sweat a lot. It is designed by the Bikram Choudhury in 1970s. Bikram yoga consists of 26 yoga postures and two breathing exercises. There is no music during the classes s that students get deeper into postures.
Lyengar yoga is also based on eight limb yoga. It is named after B.K.S. Iyengar a famous yogi from India. This practice is arranged in the postures using breath control through pranayama and the use of props. This is taught without music to assist students to get deeper into postures.
kundalini yoga is useful for those who are looking for a physical workout and participating in chanting and meditation. This practice aims to awaken the energy of your spine and pull it in the upward motion moment through your body.
Yin yoga allows your body to become more comfortable in postures without doing any hard work. It is also known as Taoist yoga and it helps in muscle forming yoga. This yoga posture works the connective tissues around your joints. It is also helpful for relaxation and patience.
Jivanmukti word arises from the Sanskrit word and comes in existence in 1984 with the help of Sharon Gannon and David Life. This is helpful in spiritual and physical exercise.
Power yoga is an active approach for the traditional Hatha yoga postures. The power yoga works for upper body and it works more quickly and actively.
Anusara yoga helps in uplifting the spirit and it is founded by the John Friend. The main purpose of this yoga is to open up your heart to connect with the divine in others around you. It will allow you to refine your form and even out your body’s imbalance.