Yoga classes are usually pretty quiet - until students start moving their joints and muscles. The natural soundtrack of cracks and pops that accompany downward dog or Marichi's poses can get quite ...View Article
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All of the styles share a common lineage. In fact, the founders of four major styles -- Ashtanga, Iyengar, Viniyoga and Bikram-- were all students of Krishnamacharya, the father of modern yoga.
Although there are many styles of yoga, the differences are usually about emphasis, such as focusing on strict alignment of the body, coordination of breath and movement, holding the postures, or the flow from one posture to another.
No style is better than another; it's simply a matter of preference. We do not have classes that are only for beginners, or only for advance students. But view yoga as a changeable living practice that allows you to match the class to your desired energy needs and levels. If you are looking for something to rest after a really hard day, then yin or gentle would be great. if you are in need to connect to poweful effort or looking for more intensity then prana vinyasa is the way to go. Not sure? Hatha is right in the middle
The following will describe the classes we teach at Spirit Rising.
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