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Bikram Yoga

Bikram Yoga is a style of hot yoga that was developed by Bikram Choudhury in the 1970s. It is a specific sequence of 26 yoga postures (asanas) and two breathing exercises, practiced in a heated room. The sequence is designed to work the entire body, focusing on strength, flexibility, and balance.

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Sumit's Yoga

Sumit's Yoga is a style of yoga that was created by Sumit Banerjee. The practice of Sumits Yoga is often accompanied by music, and the classes are designed to be accessible to practitioners of all levels, from beginners to experienced yogis. The emphasis is on building strength, flexibility, balance, and mental focus while also providing a cardiovascular workout.

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Vinyasa Power Flow

A Vinyasa Power Flow yoga class is a dynamic and physically challenging style of yoga that combines elements of Vinyasa Yoga and Power Yoga. In this class, you can expect a vigorous and energetic practice that incorporates the flowing and synchronized movements of Vinyasa with the strength and intensity of Power Yoga.

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Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga deliberately targets the deeper connective tissues. To be most effective we want the muscles to be relaxed. If the muscles are warm and active they will tend to absorb most of the tension of the stretch. When we do our Yin Yoga practice early in the morning, the muscles have not yet woken up; this is why we feel so stiff when we first wake up. 

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Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra, also known as Yogic Sleep, is a deeply relaxing and meditative practice of guided relaxation. It is a state of conscious sleep where the practitioner remains in a state between wakefulness and sleep. Despite the name, Yoga Nidra is not a physical yoga practice with postures; instead, it is a guided meditation technique that induces a state of profound relaxation, rejuvenation, and self-awareness.

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Gentle / Restorative Yoga

Gentle and restorative yoga are two styles of yoga that focus on relaxation, stress reduction, and overall well-being rather than physical fitness or challenging poses. These styles are particularly suitable for people who may have physical limitations, injuries, or are looking for a more gentle and calming practice.

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Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is a spiritual and transformative form of yoga that focuses on awakening the dormant spiritual energy within the body known as Kundalini. The term "Kundalini" refers to a coiled serpent, symbolizing the potential energy lying dormant at the base of the spine. Kundalini Yoga aims to harness and raise this energy through various practices to attain spiritual enlightenment and higher consciousness.

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Meditation / Mindfulness

At its core, meditation is a practice that invites us to explore the depths of our inner world. It is a journey into the realms of consciousness, a process of self-discovery, and a pathway to inner peace. While meditation has deep roots in various spiritual traditions, it is fundamentally a universal practice that transcends religion and culture.

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