Types of Yoga

Zen yoga is a holistic yoga practice that blends together hatha yoga with an increased focus on Buddhist philosophies. Learn more...

Yin yoga is a type of hatha yoga mixed with daoist philosophy that focuses on the holding of asanas for longer periods of time without props. Learn more...

Vinyasa yoga is a term used to describe a variety of yoga styles that utilize continuous movement instead of holding positions for long periods. Learn more...

Restorative yoga is a slow form of yoga that focuses on holding poses for long periods of time often using props for proper positioning. Learn more...

Raja yoga is considered the purest form of yoga, based up on a number of ancient texts and strict adherence to all eight limbs of yoga. Learn more...

Pranava yoga is often called Om or Aum yoga. Its main focus is meditating upon the symbol or chanting of this powerful word and mantra. Learn more...

Power yoga describes a general modern yoga practice based on Ashtanga yoga with a particular focus on physical fitness and health. Learn more...

Kundalini yoga is a spiritual practice meant to unlock the serpent power that lies dormant in the Muladhara, or root chakra. Learn more...

Kriya yoga is a meditation-based practice popularized by Paramahansa Yogananda that can help one reach spiritual enlightenment. Learn more...

Karma yoga is the yoga of action. It focuses on doing things without concern for personal gain, often to the benefit of others. Learn more...