There’s Plenty Of Yoga Meditation Techniques To Go Around

There are quite a variety of different yoga meditation techniques, and the different styles can be very confusing for a beginner. Writer Chiara Fucarino at the Daily Cup Of Yoga cuts through the clutter and confusion to explain, in very basic and simple language, just what each of the five basic styles of yoga are all about and what each one seeks to accomplish.

There’s Plenty Of Yoga Meditation Techniques To Go Around

Ah, yoga. What’s not to like about stretching your muscles, sprawling out on a comfortable mat, and losing yourself in tranquility? Not only does practicing yoga tone your body and refresh your mind, it also improves your immune system, helps lower your stress level, and provides so many more health benefits. Yoga has been around for more than 5,000 years, and we’re still fine-tuning the practice. Today,

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Yoga meditation techniques differ in focus more than substance. Photo by Roi Brooks c/o Photos.Com.

aside from having a yoga studio around every corner, we have many different styles of yoga. Even though they’re all based on the same poses, each style has a particular focus. For example, one style has a purpose to improve flexibility, while another style primarily strengthens your core.

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There are so many different yoga meditation techniques that choosing one over all of the others might be a little intimidating. Not to worry. After all, you aren’t getting married. If you change your mind or your needs for why you’re doing yoga change, then go ahead and switch. Nobody will call foul on you.

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