What are the different types of yoga

Which types of yoga are suitable for advanced practitioners?

Anusara Yoga (for beginners)

Anusara is a relatively new type of yoga. It was developed in 1997 by an American yoga teacher. This form of Indian teaching is particularly suitable for beginners - classical yoga elements are combined with basic principles of philosophy. Anusara Yoga is supposed to promote your inner harmony and your spirit.

Ashtanga Yoga (for beginners)

The Ashtanga yoga focuses on three aspects: a strong posture, intensive meditation and balanced breathing. The exercises are always the same. The more experience and strength you gain in the process, the more exercises are then introduced step by step - for beginners who want to see their progress, a well-suited one Yoga form.

Hatha Yoga (for beginners)

Hatha Yoga is ideal for beginners - the processes run at a relaxed pace, so that you can get involved in meditation without any hectic rush. Hatha ensures deep relaxation and detachment from everyday stress.

Jivamutki Yoga (for beginners)

This form of yoga is particularly suitable for beginners who want to get started immediately with full energy and love the challenge. Jivamutki Yoga is characterized above all by dynamic processes, which are usually accompanied by meditative music - at the same time, coordination of body movements and breathing are strengthened.

Laughter Yoga (for beginners)

Laughter yoga is one of the newest forms of Indian meditation. Founded 20 years ago, it is now finding its place in more and more yoga classes. The focus here is on a correct breathing exercise, which should be made more difficult by thought-out exercises. You will be introduced to these exercises in a playful way, so that laughter is guaranteed.

Acro Yoga (for advanced)

Acro Yoga is definitely a form of yoga for Advanced. At least two people must be present for this dynamic form of meditation. The aim is to let a person float in the air and at the same time create a relaxing atmosphere - you not only strengthen your physical strength, but also mutual trust.

Hot Yoga (for advanced)

If you not only want to purify your mind, but also want to challenge your body - then hot yoga is just right for you. In this form of yoga, a total of 26 exercises are performed at a room temperature of 40 degrees. Hot Yoga therefore not only relaxes your body, but also has a detoxifying effect at the same time, as you will sweat significantly more.

Iyengar Yoga (for advanced)

This form of yoga was developed by an Indian scholar to compensate for and even heal physical weaknesses. Often ropes or other aids are used. Iyengar Yoga is supposed to improve physical complaints and strengthen your own posture.

Kundalini Yoga (for advanced)

Kundalini Yoga is designed to perform yoga postures as precisely as possible in order to make possible physical blockages visible. These courses are usually accompanied with the help of ropes, belts or chairs and are accordingly stressful for the body - but at the same time they also strengthen your own posture.

Power Yoga (for advanced)

This form of yoga not only promotes your spirit, but also declares war on the excess pounds. Power Yoga is very dynamic and physically demanding. It should strengthen your stamina and patience through intensive exercises - a form of yoga for body and mind.