The Doorway of the Body
The term ‘Hatha Yoga’ is a general term we use to describe all of the various paths of the Body.
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Hatha yoga is also a general term to describe a wide variety of yoga styles, which are generally gentle and focus on breathing, holding a pose and quieting the mind.
Vinyasa yoga is another style of yoga whose poses are linked in a series of movements that are synchronized with the breath with an emphasis on the transition in and out of the poses. Upward movements are done with inhalations and downward movements with exhalations.
Ashtanga yoga has six series of poses that increase in difficulty, allowing you to work at your own pace. Also known as power yoga, you’ll be kept on the move, flowing through one pose to the next in a constant cycle. Ashtanga is about the journey to each pose rather than keeping a pose.
Iyengar yoga was developed to allow you to gain proper alignment in your body. Once your body is aligned properly, you reap the maximum benefits of yoga and prevent injuries. Iyengar yoga uses a variety of props to help you reach proper alignment in each pose — no matter how basic — such as wooden gadgets, belts and ropes.
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Sri Chinmoy advocates athleticism to achieve spiritual enlightenment, including ultra distance running, swimming, and weightlifting. He organized many multi-day ultramarathons and other races.