7 types of yoga to break the monotony

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  1. Alok Singhal says:

    I know it is not a child’s play…I’ve been doing yoga for a while now. I have to still learn a lot though ☺️

    Some from your list are new to me.

  2. I have tried yoga, aerobics and gym until now and think my body is more comfortable doing the slow Hatha yoga but then I am challenging myself with strenuous exercises these days. I wasn’t aware about yoga with props.
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  3. My Era says:

    I have been wanting to make Yoga a regular part of my life, but the lack of an instructor nearby has been my excuse. So glad you’ve been regular with your Yoga classes and are enjoying the same 🙂
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  4. Shantala says:

    I had no idea that there were that many types of yoga. This was an enlightening read. Thanks for sharing, Parul. 🙂
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  5. Wow.. I dont even aware of these many yoga types are there.. I am familiar with kundalini .. That too its been a long time since I practiced.. I agree with you its helps to find our journey without any competition

  6. Shilpa Gupte says:

    I agree, Parul.
    I have been practising the Kundalini Yoga since two years now and it has sure changed the way I feel about myself and about my surroundings to a great extent!

  7. Esha says:

    Most people who never practice it have weird notions about it but you need to become a practitioner and see how it dramatically alter your, mind, soul and body. But nothing is to be achieved in a short time. It takes time to see the results so people often get skeptical about it.

  8. Shilpa Garg says:

    Oh how did my comment got posted as Uma’s?? Parul could you pls delete this one. Thanks! Shilpa
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  9. Rachna says:

    Only those who have never done Yoga feel it is easy. You sweat it out, and the body alignment is so tough to master. But the best part is the calm you feel after doing Yoga. Good for you that you are regular with your Yoga class.

  10. Shilpa Garg says:

    Yoga is on my wish list for long. Hope to go for it sometimes soon.
    Oh, there’s a video of Beer Yoga which is doing the rounds. They believe in combining the philosophies of yoga with the the pleasure of beer-drinking to reach highest level of consciousness. How cool! *Rolls Eyes*

  11. Uma says:

    A few of these like Natya yoga is new to me. I do a kriya which is best categorized under Kundalini Yoga. Love it.
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  12. gabe says:

    As far as I’m concerned, you’re an expert. You’ve just introduced me to 7 new forms of Yoga I had never heard of before. Thanks for sharing and I hope you enjoy!

  13. Bellybytes says:

    Oh yes. There are lots of different kinds of yoga propounded by the various gurus. You have the Iyengar Yoga ( which uses props and is also called furniture yoga), Bihar School Yoga, Bikram Yoga or Hot Yoga and my kind of on and off yoga or do whenever you like it yoga….. I do hope you enjoyed your yoga practice on International Yoga Day. Keep stretching!

  14. Obsessivemom says:

    I had no clue there were so many kinds. I think what we do is a bit of more than one type. Oh and once I went to a yoga class and they had these long rope loops which we were supposed to entwine in our legs and turn ourselves upside. I was one of the few newbies who could actually do it – only I had no clue how to untangle myself. I ended up making a complete fool of myself that day hanging upside down till the instructor set me free. :-).
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  15. Cathy Graham says:

    Thanks for sharing about the different kinds of yoga. I don’t know much about yoga and have yet to try it but it does seem popular and a great exercise for the mind and body. Maybe one of these days, I’ll give it a go.

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