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          Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

          Ashtanga vinyasa yoga, usually referred to simply as Ashtanga yoga, is a style of yoga codified and popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois and is often promoted as a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga. Pattabhi Jois began his yoga studies in 1927 at the age of 12, and by 1948 had established the Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute for teaching the specific yoga practice known as Ashtanga (Sanskrit for "eight-limbed") Yoga. Ashtanga Yoga is named after the eight limbs of yoga mentioned in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.



          Beginner Yoga

          Our teachers have developed several programs that will gradually guide you through the yoga basics.  Practicing yoga at home with Ekhart Yoga means you can take your own pace and repeat classes if you need to. If you come across something difficult or confusing.. leave a comment and ask the teacher. We are here to help you!
          You can find beginner programs and classes in a wide variety of styles and by different teachers. Yoga comes in many forms, and is taught in many ways and finding the right yoga for you is important. So do try a few different styles and flavors to find the right one for you.



          Power Yoga

          Power yoga is a general term used in the West to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to vinyasa-style yoga. Though many consider it to be "gym yoga," this style of practice was originally closely modeled on the Ashtanga method. The term came into common usage in the mid 1990s, in an attempt to make Ashtanga yoga more accessible to western students, though, unlike Ashtanga, power yoga does not follow a set series of poses, so classes can vary widely. With its emphasis on strength and flexibility, power yoga brought yoga into the gyms of America, as people began to see yoga as a way to work out. 


          Flow Yoga
          Flow yoga, also known as Vinyasa yoga, is a term that encompasses several styles of yoga. What they all share is a focus on synchronizing the body's motions and the breath. This synchronization results in a very steady workout, and it increases mental focus. 


 

 



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