3 Questions to Know “Which Type of Yoga is Right for Me?”


Our fast and hectic lifestyle has seriously impacted our health! There are many health conscious people that have decided to take up yoga classes that can allow them to get rid of their health concerns, without taking extra health pills and medications.

The trend of yoga has grown all over the world from the Indian subcontinent, but while finding a good yoga class or studio is a challenge, the bigger challenge is to understand which type of yoga exercise is right for you. Yoga includes different exercises and asanas that are designed to focus on different parts of the body to eliminate different health concerns. Hence, while taking up yoga classes you have to be sure about the asanas and poses that you’re going to perform that can help you to receive better health benefits.  Here’s 3 questions that will help you get clear on which yoga is right for you.

1 – What Do You Want From Yoga?

Yoga is not just about following a global trend, but about being fit and enhancing your lifestyle in a better way. It is important that you understand your requirements and why you’re choosing yoga. Some choose yoga because they want to stay fit and healthy, while some are focused on eliminating health concerns. Understanding your requirement can in a way help you to decide which yoga asana or exercises are best for you and can help you achieve your aim. Even if you don’t have any health concerns you can still go ahead and choose yoga that offers better flexibility and strength to your core body.

2 – What’s Your Level?

A lot also depends on how comfortable you are when doing yoga and therefore your level does matter. There are certain asanas that are very complicated and therefore requires great deal of concentration and focus. If you are a beginner it is important that you focus on simple yoga asanas that help you understand the importance of breathing and increase your concentration power.   If you have never tried yoga before you should be focusing on physical and emotional rejuvenation rather than targeting yoga exercises that need utmost level of dedication and strength. You can then gradually build up the body strength and concentration to practice high level poses. If you are not sure about which poses you should try you need to consult a yoga expert that can guide you correctly.  Basic yoga poses normally focus on different parts of the body and move at a slower pace allowing your body to get better flexibility and strength. It generally involves standing and seating postures that allow energy to flow to different parts of the body. Some yoga postures focus more on breathing to ensure better results.

3 – How Much Time Do You Have?

Being patient is important especially when you are practicing yoga. Not all yoga gives you quick results and therefore you need to be sure about how much time you can devote. Once again you can consult with your yoga expert on which exercises you can perform to get results in the limited time you have.

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