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Meditation is used for relaxation and stress reduction. It is considered a type of mind-body complementary medicine. Meditation can produce a deep state of relaxation and a tranquil mind or even serve to elevate an understanding of the sacred and mystical forces of life.
Vinyasa is an approach to yoga in which you move from one pose directly into the next. There's a flow to a Vinyasa yoga session which offers creative transitions and the opportunity to express yourself, through movement.
Kundalini yoga is a form of yoga that involves chanting, singing, breathing exercises, and repetitive poses. Its purpose is to activate your Kundalini energy, or shakti. This is a spiritual energy that's located at the base of your spine.
Hatha yoga can be considered an umbrella term to describe many of the most common forms of yoga taught in the West today. With this type of yoga, you move your body slowly and deliberately into different poses that challenge your strength and flexibility, while at the same time focusing on relaxation and mindfulness.
Iyengar Yoga has at its core an emphasis on precise execution and alignment when performing the many asanas, as well as on controlling your breathing. Iyengar Yoga is the first school of yoga to lean on the use of “props” in the form of benches, blocks, straps, sandbags, and cushions. These ensure that poses are executed correctly and also help avoid unnecessary strain or injury.
Ashtanga centers on a vigorous physical practice that includes a series of poses linked together with breath to form a continuous sequence. The practice demands an intense level of physical strength, flexibility, and endurance, which explains why many people see it as a rigorous and challenging workout.