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Category Archives: Yoga Styles

Forrest Yoga Benefits
January 3rd, 2012 by tanja
Forrest Yoga Benefits Forrest Yoga was created by Ana Forrest who believed that we store our emotional baggage in our bodies. To rid ourselves of this baggage we need to be able to locate the emotional trauma that caused it and release it. Yoga teacher training will guide you through how to use your yoga skills to rid yourself of damaging emotional baggage... [read more]

Forrest Yoga
December 30th, 2011 by tanja
Forrest Yoga At the Anamaya Resort our goal is to bring awareness to the strength of yoga and all it has to offer. Even though we may not offer this style of yoga or yoga teacher training for it, we want those who look to us for information to have all that is offered. Forrest Yoga was the personal creation of yoga... [read more]

Power Yoga Teacher Training
December 29th, 2011 by tanja
Power Yoga Teacher Training Get ready to have the most energetic experience of yoga teacher training you have had. Power Yoga is a style of yoga that is intense and a constant movement. In order to go through a good training of this style you will be totally immersed in it. It does not matter if the training session is two weeks, one month... [read more]

Power Yoga Benefits
December 28th, 2011 by tanja
Power Yoga Benefits Power yoga is the western version of Ashtanga Yoga. Power yoga is a more physical, lively, energetic type of practice. This style guides you through yoga teaching on a more aerobic exercise and with continuous and strenuous movements. Yoga teacher training has been taking this style of yoga and presenting it to those looking for a challenge. Power yoga is... [read more]

Power Yoga
December 24th, 2011 by tanja
Power Yoga Power Yoga is another version of Ashtanga Yoga that focuses on developing your physical flexibility and begins to nurture yourself discipline. Yoga teacher training concentrates on using this style of yoga for a full body workout. The name itself should tell you what to expect: Power Yoga. This style of yoga teaching brings a rigorous full body workout and begins... [read more]

Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training
December 22nd, 2011 by tanja
Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Taking the next step and beginning your journey through yoga teacher training for Kundalini Yoga will bring you closer to the yoga of self mastery. This style of yoga will create a dramatic and immediate change to your life. You will begin to learn the tools of self discovery and also learn how to teach those skills to others. The... [read more]

Kundalini Yoga Practice
December 20th, 2011 by tanja
Kundalini Yoga Practice What is Kundalini Yoga? This style of yoga is one of the ancient forms of yoga that is relatively new to practices in the west. In 1969, Yogi Bhajan founded what is known as the Healthy, Happy, Holy Organization where Kundalini Yoga was introduced to a larger population. This style had not previously been shared with the public by Yogi... [read more]

Partner Yoga Teacher Training
December 15th, 2011 by tanja
Partner Yoga Teacher Training Partner Yoga is two or more people connecting together to deepen the results and experience of a yoga practice. The difference that partner yoga brings to the table is touch. We touch and are touched by others through the practice. We are able to use leverage and traction and the awareness that is created through touch to allow ourselves to... [read more]

Building Relationships with Partner Yoga
December 14th, 2011 by tanja
building-relationships-with-partner-yoga Yoga teacher training is taking yoga to a higher level and bringing the benefits of yoga to building a stronger communication bridge in relationships. Whether you get lecture about how you live your life by family members or you are exhausted because your significant other has a tendency to forget important dates, bickering with each other is normal but it... [read more]

Partner Yoga
December 13th, 2011 by tanja
Partner Yoga While you were in a yoga class and going through the motions have you ever received an adjustment when your yoga teacher walks by so that you can get a deeper pose or some added pressure? How about getting some help when you wanted to practice a pose that you needed help with like a handstand? If you said yes to... [read more]

Raja Yoga Exercises
December 13th, 2011 by tanja
Raja Yoga Exercises Raja Yoga means “the royal path” and focuses on the eight branches and steps to personal evolution.  This style of yoga incorporates pieces of Ashtanga and Hatha yoga into its practice. The higher levels of Raja Yoga work toward finding a state of oneness but to reach that moment you must first prepare yourself with routine yoga practice and asanas... [read more]

Raja Yoga
December 9th, 2011 by tanja
Raja Yoga Raja Yoga means royal or kingly and is viewed as the royal path of meditation. Yoga teacher training shares the meaning behind this style. Raja Yoga meditation focuses on directing your life force to bring the mind and your emotions into a balance so that your attention may be more focused on your meditation. Some refer to it in such... [read more]