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What is Aerial Yoga?
A combination of traditional yoga poses, pilates and dance with the use of a hammock, aerial yoga defies gravity and allows you to perform various yoga poses that may be difficult to do on the ground, but easier in mid-air. It’s fun and acrobatic, so for those of you who dreamed of being a trapeze artist as a kid, this can give you a taste of what it is like.
Hatha Yoga has roots in India and is a physical practice for strength, purification and preparation for meditation. When you take a hatha yoga class, you will do a variety of asanas, or postures, and pranayama, or breath work, along with a meditative or reflective component.
Hatha yoga has been shown to reduce stress, improve balance and flexibility, increase strength and reduce the risk of injury in daily life.
Power yoga is the most common gateway to the practice of yoga because it’s known for its physical benefits. Power yoga links yoga postures in rigorous sequences to build internal heat.
Ashtanga Yoga incorporating both breathwork and specific asanas (postures) conducted at a faster pace than other forms of yoga. This is a more vigorous class than either Hatha or Yin Yoga, which are more restorative in nature.