Practices

People often don’t know where to start. With the variety of yoga styles available, it can be troublesome for a beginner to pick the right practice.

It could be difficult even to an intermediate looking to improve his or her practice by exploring other complementing styles.

As we age, we lose stamina and flexibility. So practicing other activities that are more demanding physically tend to be harder.

When we put together this list, we thought about the mature adult whose body and mind need a gentler flow.

Hence, we’re focusing on the mellow, and restorative side of Yoga. Each of the yoga styles you see as you hover over “Practices” on the main menu are specific to your needs.

We have included Meditation on the list as we think it should be natural within the practice of yoga.  Meditating clears the mind and ease any health concerns you might have.

Suzana Maia

Then, for the ill or injured body, we listed Restorative Yoga. Both Yin and Hatha Yoga complement each other.

Yin as a the one that takes the body and mind to an optimal health state, and Hatha Yoga the first one on the list that will challenge the body and bring it to next stage.

Next, the student will find in Vinyasa a natural flow combining the postures with control of the breath.

Finally, for those 40 and beyond looking for a more vigorous , disciplined, and demanding practice, there’s traditional Ashtanga Yoga.

If you want more information, click on each of the different styles for more details.

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