There is no one type of yoga, it’s a practice that has developed over centuries and will continue to do so as it challenges us in new and exciting ways. But it’s important, particularly if you are just starting your yoga journey, to find a style that is right for you. To find out more, read on….
What Style of Yoga Do I Teach?
There are many different types of yoga; you may have heard the terms Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hatha and Iyengar, and there are other disciplines such as Hot Yoga (sometimes known as Bikram) and Kundalini among others. At Kamakosha, my classes are based on VINYASA, a form of yoga that combines the flow of movement aligned with…Keep reading
Not all types of yoga are based on physical exercise. Within the practice of yoga, there is also a tradition of meditation which requires the body to be still and relaxed, allowing you to focus on the breath and still your thoughts. Yoga Nidra (or yogic sleep) is a form of yoga originating in India…Keep reading
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