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How to Choose the Best Studio for Hatha Yoga

When looking for yoga classes, it’s good to know what kind of yoga you’d like to practice first. Beginners may be more comfortable trying out Hatha yoga for its slow pace. Vinyasa yoga is a bit faster and can get your heart rate going, while Iyengar yoga is for those who are more detail-oriented with regards to the poses. For the more adventurous types, hot yoga classes may be more appealing – Bikram yoga in particular is also good for beginners as it has a specific sequence that’s easy to pick up. We recommend you try several yoga studios and Hatha Yoga classes before choosing the studio and style you feel is best for you. You’ll never know until you try!

 

Benefits of Hatha Yoga Classes

In the hustle and bustle of life, it’s easy to neglect our own well-being. Hatha Yoga studios in your area provide a temporary escape from all the noise that cause us stress, including that caused by our own minds. Hatha Yoga classes are a great way to start your day, and also popular for unwinding after a stressful day.

 

Incorporating Hatha Yoga into your fitness regime helps you improve your flexibility, lengthen and tone muscles, and get a workout without exhausting the body. On the contrary, with Hatha Yoga classes, you get the chance to relax in a healthy way!


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Breathe Ltd
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The term Hatha yoga refers to most of the physical practices of yoga, so many popular styles are simply different ways of practising Hatha yoga. Using postures and breathing techniques you will stretch, unwind, relax and release mental stress and physical tension, thereby strengthening and rebalancing your body, mind and spirit. In the West we generally interpret it as a gentle, relaxing approach, which makes it great for beginners.
MartialArtsHealthAndFitness.Org
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Hatha Yoga in an umbrella term that refers to the physical practice of yoga postures, done in order to prepare the body for meditation/spiritual development. So the countless yoga styles out there are all in fact Hatha Yoga. However in the West the term is commonly used to indicate milder yoga practices. A Hatha class will include work on flexibility, strength and balance in all parts of the body, as well as deep breathing techniques. As Hatha is such a broad term different classes can offer a huge variety of content, but all within the idea of relieving stress in both the body and mind.
MY-YOGA
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Fun and informal classes combining the traditional Hatha postures with a dynamic element that creates a lovely flow of vitality and spontaneity. You will feel healthy and refreshed! What do the classes cover? Relaxation and yogic breathing Asanas (yoga postures) and micro movements technique Tuning your body techniques Basic pranayama (breath control) Also available: Pregnancy and Postnatal Mum and Baby Toddlers Kids Dynamic Restorative yoga What happens in a MY-YOGA class? The class starts by listening to the body with some relaxation and yogic breathing and then we “tune in” using a combination of gentle but energetic warm-ups to prepare for the asanas (yoga postures). We practice asanas that build stamina and at the same time allow us to watch what’s going on with our body. We are exploring and playing with our body in a relaxed and fun environment using a lovely flow from one pose to the other and lots of therapeutic rotations. Music usually helps us take the journey further, we engage all our senses, creating vitality and joy both physical and mental. Each class ends with pranayama and final relaxation. Pranayama is an ancient practice to channel and replenish energies using the breath, the final relaxation allows both body and mind to adjust to the positive changes from the practice. At the end you will feel relaxed, energised and happy!

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