What Type of Yoga do I Need?
Styles of Yoga
Your unique anatomy and health history need to be factored in when choosing which type of yoga is right for you. Study each type, decide what your goals are, and choose the style best for creating balance in your life. Yoga can be done alone — your personal practice — or it can be done in a classroom setting. Traditions vary, and there are styles for every person. In your personal practice, your individual experience with yoga develops over time as you learn to listen to your body and quiet your mind. In a classroom setting, you can receive modifications and adjustments from your teacher to refine your alignment. The styles of yoga range from flowing to active, slow, or restorative.
Demystifying yoga seems difficult, but if you know your body‘s needs and you educate yourself, it is pretty simple. Yoga classes are offered for beginning, intermediate, and advanced students. If you are new to yoga, take a beginners class and learn the fundamentals. From that point, you can branch off into whichever specialty you like.
Various yogis from India have developed different types of yoga. Some are done gently and some are vigorous and fast paced. Karina Braun teaches various types of yoga for different conditions. We offer something for everyone.