23 Yoga Styles, Decoded

 

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A Guide To 5 Different Types Of Yoga �� Yoga 101

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Different Yoga Styles: Hatha Vinyasa Yin Restorative Which One Should You Practice?

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23 Yoga Styles, Decoded. by Kelly DiNardo. October 27, 2017. 2 Comments. Share it: Today, there are so many teachers and styles of yoga, the odds of finding one you like are as likely as finding a pizza shop in New York. Whether you want to sweat, unwind or get in touch with your inner light, there’s a yoga class to suit you.

Before you make. Yoga’s popularity in the West can be attributed to Iyengar, whose technique is the most widely practiced form of Hatha yoga. Philosophy: A precise focus on structural alignment (often with the aid of props, such as blocks and straps) is what gives Iyengar yoga a high level of integrity, and makes it the foundation of many spin-off styles of yoga. This is the ideal style of yoga for those who like it hot, and then some. Bikram is a branded yoga practice in which students run through 26 distinct poses, always in the same sequence, in a room.

Different Styles of Yoga Decoded. Posted on August 22, 2009 November 30, -0001 by Rebecca Pacheco. For the record, Bikram yoga is hot; however, not all hot yoga is Bikram.

Confusing, I know… With so many styles of yoga available, it’s sometimes hard to decipher the differences and select the style that’s best for you; so, I’ve. 8 Common Yoga Types, Decoded Updated On Jan 20, 2017 Published On July 3, 2014 Written By alive Editorial alive.com. Which style of yoga is right for you?

We break it down for you in this handy guide. Whether you’re brand new to yoga or you’re a seasoned pro looking to try out a new style, it can be confusing trying to choose a class. Here. This is an excerpt from Instructing Hatha Yoga 2nd Edition With Web Resource by Diane M. Ambrosini. Types of Yoga.

There are as many ways to practice yoga as there are to unite with bliss and enlightenment. Essentially, however, current practice involves four primary types of yoga. 10 Most Common Types Of Yoga Hatha. Hatha yoga is perhaps the most beginner-friendly style of yoga and has become one of the most popular types of yoga.. The Sanskrit word “Hatha” translates to physical yoga practice.

A traditional Hatha yoga class will incorporate breathing, meditation, and basic postures. Kundalini Yoga. Meditation in the Kundalini Yoga tradition contains specific, practical tools that carefully and precisely support the mind, and guide the body through the use of breath, mantra, mudra (hand position), and focus. The range and variety of meditation techniques in the Kundalini Yoga.

“Doshas” in Ayurveda refer to your unique physical and mental constitution, which influence your personal well-being. Each person has their own dominant dosha or combination of two or three of these elemental forces. Knowing yours can help you maintain balance through seasonal changes for.

Yoga is a very rich tradition, with different lineages, so there are many other techniques. But the ones above are the most well-known; the others are more specific or complex. For a start, this video is an excellent resource on how to do Yoga style meditation, and it combines breathing, body awareness, mantra, and chakra meditation.

Learn mor.

List of related literature:

Figures 6 and 7 give you the sequences of postures we do on the yoga sides of the two mindfulness practice tapes: “Guided Yoga l” and “Guided Yoga 2.”

“Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illness” by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Thich Nhat Hanh
from Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illness
by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Thich Nhat Hanh
Random House Publishing Group, 2009

As I have already noted, several yogas were in vogue prior to the composition of the Yoga Sutra, and some of these involved meditation.

“The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali: A Biography” by David Gordon White, Daren Magee
from The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali: A Biography
by David Gordon White, Daren Magee
Princeton University Press, 2019

Most of these exercises can be traced back to the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali which were written about 2000 years ago.

“Be As You Are: The spiritual teachings and wisdom of Sri Ramana Maharshi” by David Godman, Sri Ramana Maharshi
from Be As You Are: The spiritual teachings and wisdom of Sri Ramana Maharshi
by David Godman, Sri Ramana Maharshi
Penguin Books Limited, 1991

I have selected these 23 asanas because they cover all the basic positions of yoga: standing, sitting, forward bends, twists, inversions, back bends, and lying down.

“B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga: The Path to Holistic Health” by B.K.S. Iyengar
from B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga: The Path to Holistic Health
by B.K.S. Iyengar
DK Publishing, 2013

What do these videos have to do with the list of words, images, and ideas you might have about yoga and the image search?

“Pop Culture Yoga: A Communication Remix” by Kristen C Blinne
from Pop Culture Yoga: A Communication Remix
by Kristen C Blinne
Lexington Books, 2020

This style includes a series of twelve postures, the Sun Salutation sequence, breathing exercises, relaxation, and mantra chanting.

“The Deeper Dimension of Yoga: Theory and Practice” by Georg Feuerstein, Ph.D.
from The Deeper Dimension of Yoga: Theory and Practice
by Georg Feuerstein, Ph.D.
Shambhala, 2003

This style includes a series of 12 postures, the Sun Salutation sequence, breathing exercises, relaxation, and mantra chanting.

“Yoga For Dummies” by Georg Feuerstein, Larry Payne
from Yoga For Dummies
by Georg Feuerstein, Larry Payne
Wiley, 2010

44 There are many different types of yoga (vinyasa, kundalini, Bikram, asana, hatha, Iyengar, and more).

“Personal Health: A Population Perspective” by Michele Kiely, Meredith Manze, Chris Palmedo
from Personal Health: A Population Perspective
by Michele Kiely, Meredith Manze, Chris Palmedo
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2018

The following script for seated yoga offers guidance through words only in the lefthand column, while in the right-hand column we offer comments to clarify and to expand into the deeper dimensions of embodying, orienting, languaging, and allowing.

“Resources for Teaching Mindfulness: An International Handbook” by Donald McCown, Diane Reibel, Marc S. Micozzi
from Resources for Teaching Mindfulness: An International Handbook
by Donald McCown, Diane Reibel, Marc S. Micozzi
Springer International Publishing, 2017

This eight-limbed path (or ashtanga yoga) has become deeply identified with the classical form of yoga.

“Yoga and the Quest for the True Self” by Stephen Cope
from Yoga and the Quest for the True Self
by Stephen Cope
Random House Publishing Group, 2018

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  • This is a really helpful explanation thank you! I’m trying to restore my body, after far too many long days sitting at a desk before strengthening. I’ve sub’d so I can try your restorative playlist for a while before moving on thanks again!:)

  • Thank you so much! This is exactly what I was looking for. Very informative and I enjoyed it a lot. Just subscribed to your channel and I can’t wait to try some of your videos. I am very new to yoga so this was extremely helpful ❤❤❤

  • If I lift 4x a week and do different type of cardio every morning, would you say doing power yoga on two days that I don’t lift weights is too much? You mentioned getting power crazy and injuring yourself. I’m 29

  • Hey Friend, I really enjoyed this video. I am a total Beginner in Yoga… I mean like….I only knew yoga existed for like, 3 yr. Only…an never yet ever went to a yoga class.
    I wanted to ask…what are these other Yoga’s I heard mentioned before by others…
    JYANA YOGA
    BHAKTI YOGA
    KARMA YOGA
    RAJA YOGA
    KUNDALINI YOGA
    SHAKTI YOGA
    ETC???
    COULD YU PLEASE PERHAPS MENTIONE WHAT THESE MAY BE ABOUT?
    THANKS IN ADVANCE

  • Starting the day with a practice that allows your senses to guide you and not your itinerary will change your life.
    Just kidding. Who am I to say?
    Though it really might.
    It will definitely influence your day.

  • Thanks for the video, it would be better if you talk less in the practice and maybe upload a separate video explaining each pose for people to watch later or before the practice. That way it’s more silence in the video and easier to focus on the body and breath.

  • Thanks �� for this video. I believe more people would try yoga if they had this information. Vinyasa as a first attempt can be very intimidating. I did not know there were other, more gentle, disciplines.

  • Hallo Flo, Danke für Eure tolle Anleitung. Mir ist aufgefallen, dass ich mit Dir die „Luft anhalte“, wenn Du während der Asanas sprichst. Ich kann mir vorstellen, dass es anderen auch so geht. Daher mein Vorschlag oder Bitte, ob Ihr Eure Übungsvideos nicht nachvertonen könnt? Dann ist es mit dem Atemflow einfacher. Liebe und begeisterte Grüße aus der „Heimat“. Namaste

  • Thank you ☺. I thought you said that hatha has no flow or almost no flow but in 3:55 you said that if you like vinyasa then take hatha. Is there contradiction here or do I misinterpreted what you were saying? Anyway I love this kind of sharing.

  • I have now since March in quarantine. And without a job. I have been doing yoga in a regular basis and this has save me for losing my mind!!! Thank you very very much

  • Learn how to pick the right yoga style for you with this Yoga Styles Explained. Also learn the difference between the 4 styles of yoga that I teach:
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  • I love love love that at this point 90% of all my youtube reccomendations are your videos! You make each day a little easier, and while that is down to the yoga too, you as a person warm my heart. You truly deserve all of the good the world has to offer. Grateful to have found you:)

  • My first new day morning yoga with Adrienne thank you feeling amazing looking forward to catching up with 2 fabulous friends for lunch. Yes I do remember memory from Barbara Streisand amazing woman beautiful voice and actress.

  • I noticed you have some week long yoga challenges on your channel. Can you create one that would be a good weekly routine with a combination of all 4 styles. I am a runner and would love to do the power yoga but also want to incorporate the other 3 into my weekly routine. I’m not sure if you already have something like this….if so can you point me in the right direction. By the way, I’ve been through many yoga channels here on youtube and yours is by far the best one I’ve come across! Thank you so much, very informative!:)

  • Lets see, how is Yin, Flo’s style. Flos is amazing for vinyasa, Yan, and another hardcore pose.

    Thanks for ahafing, Flo

    ������

  • Hey Idan, this is by far the best intro for beginners, that I found on youtube! I wanted to also do a video about it, now I am unsure of doing it, because you covered it so great!

  • According to the description of yoga in this video, yoga is a physical approach that links posture, exercise, and breathing. Yoga classes are powerfully helpful for improving strength and flexibility, toning the body, reducing stress, and improving physical awareness. Watching these videos, I first knew today that asana is the term for the movement of yoga. And while watching these videos, Vinyasa and Ashtanga now have a basic concept of what yoga is and what it does.

  • I had such a horrendous fight with my boyfriend yesterday. I’m worried he may be verbally abusive.
    Anyway, I did this exercise this morning and I’m finally feeling better ������
    Thank you Adrienne

  • It’s so helpful, thank you very much. This is the first video I’ve seen of yours where I got a good look at your face. You’re very pretty. Thanks again!

  • Hey SarahBeth great video but….What kind of yoga do you recommend for posture correction? It because I needs to correct my posture my physiotherapist recommended me to do yoga.

  • That was THE Session I needed. Wonderful guided Yoga hour and it really felt as if she was with me in the room. I am now a fan of yours.

  • This is an awesome practice i never really considered doing yoga but it helped me connect and eased my depression just alittle bit thank you adriene ❤️ and this song is memory from cats soundtrack?

  • Hi. My hip flexibility has been affected by many years of ballet and your practice has helped this problem a great deal. However I am noticing that a have tightness and ‘pulling’ in my right occipital area that I cannot seem to release. I wonder if you have any advice, practice to help with this?

  • sarah I like the way you talk…it is easy to understand.how old are you and do you think these yogas help to make you more younger lookin not just heathier? I subbed but I am so curious about yoga in general and does it really work w/o turning myself into a pretzel hee hee lol thanks

  • Thanks for the fantastic and calming start to my day! I love you Adriene! And yes I know I love this song Memories. Peace from Santa Cruz

  • Hey guys,im an athlete and i really need this kind of practice in my life,i just wanted to ask if you guys want to do more like this streching classes or if it is already up in your channel and i just have nt found it

  • It’s so amazing that I keep choosing the videos that have Lion’s Breath in them beings It’s Leo Season. Thank you for the kick butt day well wishes, Adriene! I always have a kick butt day when it starts with you!������

  • This is precisely the video I was after. I closed several videos that came up in my search results, yours was the first to directly provide me with what the title suggested. Thank you!

  • Lovely explaination! Thank you so very much. This is the first “how to” video I could watch. The others I glanced at were not as calming as yours. Your voice is soft and clear and the background sounds are appropriate. Namaste

  • I’m new to yoga and just started taking yoga classes at a studio. I’m enjoying it, but I’ve been confused by the different terminology and styles and the purpose of each. This video helped me so much!!! Now I have an idea of what I’m doing and why! Thank you!

  • Hatha: physical practice, no flow. Good for beginner and it could be strong. Vin*** Flow: flowing style, link posture. Practice when having experience. Yin Yoga: on the floor whole time and hold a posture for a little longer time. Some can be intense. Restr****: a little more active.

  • Thank you for captioning your videos! Youtube will turn off the automatic captions, which I am devastated about, so I appreciate this. Your yoga videos are something I can come back to daily.

  • Really nice video! I used to do Yin yoga, and now I found some fun doing flow yoga and challenge my body. Good suggestions! Now I do both Yin and Yang. Love yoga

  • I can’t believe this doesn’t have more views, it explains the differences SO clearly! I also love how you explain to explore the different styles.

  • This was much needed after my long run yesterday! Perfect timing and perfect Guru Flo! Thank you ����. Sending You and Bre lotsa love! ���� ��

  • thank you Adriene, I started practicing in April for the first time ever with you and I just love it……yoga is AMAZING I wish I had started sooner but better late than never and you make it very easy thank you so much!!!

  • Thanks for adding this! Any chance you will also add a 1,5 hour Yin practice at some point here or on Patreon? Would be a great complement. Best, Hans

  • Hey can you guys do a video about law of attraction. Like maybe cover some videos about myths and what we can do to increase our attraction. Thanks and cheers

  • Flo, I do this practice about every other day because I enjoy it so much. Any need for you to do another one? Or are these what you would consider the best movements in a Yin style practice? Would love to have another one to follow along with. You guys ar great to practice with! Keep up the great work.

  • This video was just what I needed. I’ve been practicing vinyasa for about a year now. I got into yoga by doing yoga stretches for my sciatic pains.. anyway, with that said, I’ll be looking forward to a yin or restorative practice with you. thank you so much and namaste.:)

  • Thank you so much Maris, I have found this really helpful. I do enjoy the Vinyasa flow style of yoga, but I intend to try the other types, especially Hatha. I look forward to you next video.

  • I really liked this video, I’m into yoga since this year but still haven’t heard about the difference between hatha, vinyasa and so on! what about ashtanga yoga??

  • First time to try this pose 29:48 and it adds to my favorite yoga pose! thank you, Adriene. This video is one of the favorite morning yoga of yours!

  • Your practices are helping me overcome difficult situations that I’m living, I’m fully committed to your videos, hope you read this message and that you have a beautiful day.

  • Thank you Maris for this video. It has clarified many aspects of styles of yoga out there and which practice can be beneficial to different people. This will help me as a yoga teacher and a student. I love to watch your other videos as well.

  • hi. I’d really like to ask yu, what kind of Yoga should I do that pertains to the Soul. and ways to ” get over” being trapped in the physical body. what is the Yoga that brings yu out of the body ‘ Esoterically’, to not only achieve mastery over the state of ” being in the physical body”… but how to bring about the state of Samadhi. ( which to my Understanding yu lose complete Consciousness of the physical state of being).
    I’d like really to hear yu enficize about these aspects of Yoga.)
    InfactI just bought. book called
    ” Hathatatvakaumudi’, which is a Hathayoga classic. I’m certain yu must of studied this. please cam yu Elaborate?

  • Maris, you are such a lovely woman! Thank you so much for your knowledge and advice! Yoga is such a beautiful art and practice. I am so fortunate I have found it. Thank you again! Namaste.

  • I have check out other Yoga materials and this yoga guide “Yοmzοzο Kena” (Google it) stands out to me due to the drawings that is included with the postures. They`re large and also bright colored therefore it is easy to visualize exactly what the pose is SUPPOSED to look like. Indeed and I`m losing weight too..

  • Thank you guys for adding Yin Yoga to your routines…I’m a senior citizen and enjoy the flexibility that the practices promotes…would love to see a program that targeted specific areas…hips, spine, etc…I’m about to start your Ignite Practice…love you guys

  • Thank you for this. I’m extremely new to yoga and didn’t even know there was a difference. I’ve just been searching for yoga for beginners! Thanks for the playlists too! This helps.

  • Google the word “Yοmzοzο Kena” (Google it) to locate this yoga information meant for anyone who`d prefer to understand more about yoga exercise. The guide book could be utilized by aspiring new yogi or the one who has been doing yoga for years by then. The guide clearly shows the postures, breathing, meditation and ways to shed a few pounds daily..

  • YOU TALK WAY TOO MUCH! I love your channel, you and Breathe have made me love Yoga, but for God’s sake, you talk way too much during class. It’s distracting when you’re holding a pose for so long and you don’t stop talking for one. second. This is meant as positive feedback, as I love your classes.

  • Hi SarahBeth, thanks for the great explanation, I went to my first ever yoga session today, it was a restorative session, I didn’t know what I was getting into, the teacher just said this would be good for a newb, and she was right, I really enjoyed it, got some great stretches and liked the chill session at the end, seems like a great Friday afternoon after work thing. I’m mainly hoping to sort out my body after spending too long sat in an office. I’ve just sub’d ��

  • Been following your yoga videos for a few years now, and I’m so glad I did a yoga for longer than 20 minutes today coz I don’t usually wake up early enough to do it. Love you and hope all of you are doing well during this tough time!

  • WoW! So useful and informative video:) also a good video about the differences between hatha and ashtanga is this one
    https://youtu.be/eMW_FMMhHfw
    Very nice to listen to other perspectives about the different yoga styles:)

  • Hi from Texas�� I’ve started doing yoga for about a month but I have noticed my right knee has a sensation every time cross it for a extended time I also started squatting/ deadlifting again. Should I stay away from crossing my right knee or is it something I have to work up to gradually?

  • As im practicing this awesome morning yoga, I keep saying to myself…” I really like her”. Sweet, soft and kind:) 
    Namaste Adriene.

  • Thanks for this video, it explained so much! I’ve only just started doing yoga with your tutorials and it’s going well so far, I’ve already noticed a difference too, in the reduction of tension, deeper sleep etc. It’s been great! Thanks so much for creating all these videos!

  • I have been struggling but I am starting my day with you has made me smile. Fighting depression for ten years. Thank you Adrienne for being here for all of us.

  • Hi Adreiene, I am bus driver is there a yoga I can do while I am driver seat and I have really really bad sciatica and nots in behind my thighs. Please help if you can

  • This is exactly what I needed. Thank you for this video. I’ll start with Hatha since I’m a beginner. �� But Yin sounds great too, as per your advice to try a style opposed to our personality.

  • I don’t understand why someone would give this video a thumbs down. It’s an excellent practice, put together with so much love! I feel so refreshed! Muchísimas gracias, querida Adriene <3

  • well after a little research wt i think is..if u r totally new first to learn proper pose breathing pattern is imp…so one should start with iyengar and or hatha yoga…

  • Very helpful! Thank you. What about the Akhanda Shakti Method? My friend recently was certified in this style. She also says it’s Yin Yoga though so it confuses me.

  • Great video for someone who is only a few weeks into practicing yoga and already ADDICTED!!! Thanks for helping me learn so I can spread my wings!

  • Day 2: After the relief I got from doing yoga from your migraine yoga video, I decided to do a morning yoga session to start my day bright and early with full swing. It feels awesome! Thank you for the wonderful video��

  • I have anxiety, kind of “depression”, my neck is so stiff that both of my arms and wrists started to hurt (I thought it was because I drew too much, but nope) any advices? Oh alos: acid reflux & hipothyrodism

  • I do a mixture of Ashtanga and Hatha, this was a great video I was curious what style i was actually doing since my videos don’t use the sanskrit names of stuff.

  • This was my first practice with you, and I enjoyed it very much. I really liked your running dialogue throughout. It made the uncomfortable poses less uncomfortable and even made me giggle a bit at times. Very relaxing. Namaste

  • It’s an amazing routine thank u Adriene… I have discovered u very recently and truly enjoyed so much… I love yoga and so happy to have it back in my life after my shoulder injury. I cant wait to do one more video and another one and another one of yours….:)))

  • What video about the healthy knees does Adriene mean at 15:55? I’ve been checking them out but the only one I see is about sensitive knees. Is it the one? Thanks ����

  • How your channel and content has so less followers, I’ll never understand.
    I’ve been doing yoga regularly for over two months now. All I do is open one of your videos and follow along.
    Thanks a lot for your content. Who says good things arent free!

  • Recommend some weightloss yoga postures and timings like for about 30 minutes in a day doing that would be enough or not for loosing weight?

  • This Shavasana put me in a deep sleep lol. My body ended up waking itself up by lifting up my arms and gently taping them in unison on the mat. ���� Shanti

  • I’ve done this one many times but today I got really emotional. Cleansing my gray matter of doubt. Thanks Adriene. Lots of love from Orkney Scotland.

  • I absolutely love this type of yoga! Have been practicing for 15 years and somehow never really tried this. What’s the difference with restorative yoga?

  • She says to raise your hands and pretend you’re a monkey reaching for a limb. I love my Nayoya rings that hang from my ceiling I like to reach up and grab them and lean this way and that way and lift my legs up off of the ground holding the Rings

  • Thank you for uploading a restorative segment as it’s helped me sustain my poor back during long hours of studying especially since it’s exams season in the coming months!

  • Thank you Flo. Great way to relax this day. I appreciate you and Bre and hope you and this community you have built are doing well ��

  • Thank you Flo for this wonderful time spent with you ☺ I’m very new to yoga, it was good to stretch! But I can’t L sit, and when you did the crossed legs fold and the stradle fold, I was very stif. Sitting at 90 degrees was impossible without putting my hands on the floor behind me. Any advice? I tried putting my chin on chest but nearly cried

  • Excellent! I’m back on YouTube for yoga lately instead of doing my own stuff or apps. I’ve never done classes. Your stuff is fantastic with the aesthetics, pace, descriptions, high quality video, camera angles (which a lot of apps lack) and music! <3 You, and Adriene who I've followed for many years, are both fantastic! <3 #Centrist #Agnostic #Veganism <3

  • WholeHealth team really enjoyed this practice together via Zoom this morning as a chance to offset the strong Vinyasa session we have done already this week. The rain outside was the perfect soundtrack to this session. The perfect start to a lazy, rainy, meditative rest day for us today. Namaste.

  • Thanks for the excellent content, as you said, this practice made me feel extremely weird at the beginning, later on I just focused even more in my breathing and it made me relax more than ever. Thanks a lot!!

  • So, question, what would you recommend for someone who is completely new to yoga and doesn’t know any of the poses by heart and needs that easy guide into yoga?? ��

  • Hii thanks for the videos your helpful for me,
    I’m also yoga trainer in India last 4 years but your experience and knowledge is very nice.
    Where are you from and your studio.

  • I have been doing your yoga practices on and off for 3 years now! I love the beginning of the year day by days. This was a great practice I enjoyed on the beach while pregnant with my seventh child. How peaceful to start my day like this while watching my six babies play on the beach and my husband catch some waves before the hurricane.

  • Adriene thank-you for you videos. I am in Melbourne Australia practising social distancing while in lockdown. You are most certainly helping me to change my energy during this time. Also the song you were humming was Memories from cats.(I am current a dancer waiting for the arts to safety return) Have a wonderful day.

  • thank you for braking it down, you did mention here that you can get like a n over workout if we do to much in a day so what is your recommendation for beginners, once perhaps 2ice a day max? or just once? thanks again:)

  • Where did you learn all these technique?
    How to be become masters of these technique?
    How to become a Yoga teacher?
    Do you know any prestigious institute where I can learn all these technique altogether?
    Plz guide us…
    Thanks for the video…

  • GREAT CONTENT AS ALWAYS. AND IF ANYONE OUT THERE NEEDS TO HEAR GREAT MUSIC TO IMPROVE HIS/HERS QUALITY OF LIFE COME PAY A VISIT TO OUR CHANNEL. HIGH QUALITY MUSIC CHOICES ONLY. GREAT SOUNDSCAPES FOR YOUR EXQUISITE EARS.IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR.

  • Enjoyed Yen Yoga with flo today tho holding it for long was challenging but felt quite relaxing and ending ” Indian folk music ” was Marvellous!
    Namste ��
    Hv a nice day flo n bre.

  • Thanks for a great way to start the day!I was grumpy and feeling achy and whiney. Now I’m gonna make one heck of a day! Yay! Stay Great Adrienne. You are totally getting me through this covid crap.

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  • Thank you for guiding this with such acceptance. I felt so welcomed with my varying level of flexibility and past injuries to knees. Love your energy <3

  • hi i just wanted to know if you do some cardio or just yoga?..cause I just do yoga everyday for 1.5hour and I wondered if that’s enough and if I need cardio…btw love your content

  • Thank you for your thoughts that go along with this August play list. It is a brave new world and thinking of it as a chance to explore and be new again is a helpful way to combat thoughts of anxiety about the unknown. Your videos bring joy into my day!

  • thank you for this, Flo. I feel wonderful after these blissful 50 mins. My wrists are hurting a lot after bike rides and other yoga practices so this has been a perfect one for today. you rock ❤️

  • Thanks this was what I needed tonight to end my day. One question I notice that when you get to Sphinx pose you always cue to separate the legs to the corners of your mat. Could you explain why?

  • I can’t believe it!!! This morning doing the Saturday practice from the Ignite program I was thinking about mailing you to ask more yin practices and… here it is!!!! Wonderful!!! Thank you so much!!!! ����

  • thank you so much. this was very comfortable before going to bed. I liked the sequence and how you moved from one pasture to the the next.