The practice of yoga dates back over 5000 years and is rooted in ancient Indian philosophies that connect the mind and body to improve overall health and wellness . Yoga comprises many poses known as asanas and incorporates structured breathing and meditation techniques which cater to people of all levels and abilities. Depending on your fitness goals, yoga offers an excellent form of exercise due to the wide range of styles available.

There are numerous types of yoga to choose from, each with some differences in the way that they are taught.
Hatha Yoga :
This the most well known approach with postures and exercises called yogasanas. Along with specific positions and postures, Hatha yoga also recommends the use of breathing techniques called Pranayama and Meditation.
Bhakti Yoga :
Cultivation of affection and love towards the creator by practicing it spiritually is called as Bhakti yoga.
Raja Yoga :
It refers towards devoted yoga technique which helps in achieving the highest stage of yoga called as Samadhi. It is synonymous with Royal Yoga and classic yoga.
Karma Yoga :
Disciplinary actions performed according to the instructors mentioned in Bhagavad Gita are called as a vital form of yoga.
Jnana (Gyana ) Yoga :
The spiritual practice of yoga getting rid of worldly materialistic desire to achievethesupreme goal of Love and Devotion for God is considered as Jnana Yoga.It is also derived from Bhagavad Gita.

Yoga can have many positive physical and psychological benefits, with some of the most common being improved balance, strength and flexibility as well as reduced levels of stress. Yoga's focus on the aspects of mind/body connection and emphasis on breathing techniques help to promote relaxation, which over time can decrease stress levels. Most asanas are isometric, meaning they rely on holding muscle tension for a period of time. With regular yoga practice , these isometric exercises can help to increase blood circulation and may lower blood pressure. Weight bearing isometric poses can help to increase bone density and bone health. Even though there are many different types of yoga, each session will generally be a mixture of lying, sitting, standing and inverted, or upside down asanas along with a focus on breathing and meditation. The combination of poses provides a whole body workout. The increase strength, especially in the abdominal area, and flexibility that can be gained from regular yoga practice also help to improve posture. Good posture can help to increase energy levels, decrease abnormal wearing of joints caused by slouching and improve appearance.

The style of yoga you choose to try is likely to be largely dependent on your current fitness level and future goals .If you are thinking of doing yoga for fitness and as a way to tone your muscles, a more dynamic type of yoga, such as Bikram or Asthtanga might be for you. For a more mindful yoga practice, consider trying Vini yoga which focuses on longer stretches and a strong mind/ body connection. Consult doctor if you have any herb or physical limitations that may impact your ability to achieve the poses. The various styles of yoga all incorporate pranayama (Breathing Exercises) and should include the Shavasana pose at the end of the session to help release any muscle or joint tension.
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