136.1 Yoga Studio Dubai Marina

Types of Yoga

There are many different types of yoga to practice, so it’s important to find out which type of yoga is right for you. Here’s a quick introduction to some of the most common and popular types of yoga:

Form 

Iyengar Yoga is characterized by great attention to detail and precise focus on body alignment. Iyengar pioneered the use of “props” such as cushions, benches, blocks, straps and sand bags, which function as aids allowing beginners to experience asanas more easily and fully than might otherwise be possible without several years of practice.

Function

Props also allow elderly, injured, tired or ill students to enjoy the benefits of many asanas via fully “supported” methods requiring less muscular effort.


Form 

Deep breathing exercises. Intensive movements. Posture development.

Function

Tones up body. Regulates appetite. Increases stamina and strength.

 

Form 

Perfect balanced practice. Primary focus on the head, heart & hands. Works on a mental, emotional & spiritual level.

 Function

A peaceful exercise to a stressful life. Unifies the head, heart and hands in perfect harmony. Brings about a sense of inner peace within oneself.


Form 

Relies on proper exercise and breathing. Imparts Relaxation and positive thinking. Effective for all levels.

 Function

Promotes physical and spiritual wellness. Induces health, energy & vibrancy.

Form 

Fun filled sessions. Creative yoga. Stories, songs & Shlokas.

 Function

Ample physical and mental stimulation. Improves concentration and health. Regulates hyperactivity.


Form 

A sleep exercise with a deep level of awareness. A Pratyahara technique to contain distractions in the mind.

 Function

Induces physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Removes distractions and relaxes the mind. Brings a profound transformative effect on its practitioners.

The biggest moment of motherhood will require the tranquil shades of yoga to help you through this important stage and after it. While pre-natal yogo prepares you for the big day, Post-natal will help the new mother cope up with life after.