Four Types of Yoga you have to try

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Don’t panic if you are bored of your regular Yoga class, here are 4 Yoga modalities that you have to try that will breath new life into your Yoga practice.
Yoga has become one of the most popular forms of meditation and exercise in the United States. But Yoga isn’t just big in the US, it is very popular all across the globe. The Yoga industry is booming and instructors are exploring different ways to modify traditional Yoga practices.

1. SUP Yoga

Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is a very popular hobby for those that are lucky enough to have warm weather. Stand-Up Paddle Surf is a good exercise that requires a combination of balance and strength. This makes it the perfect partner for Yoga. SUP Yoga was born in California and it is one of the fastest growing forms of Yoga.

Paddleboard Yoga offers a fun yet intense core based workout that also improves balance and flexibility. If you enjoy Yoga and the ocean then we’re confident you will fall in love with SUP Yoga.

2. Doga

Doga is definitely unconventional and traditionalists may well struggle to wrap their heads around this one. Hoswever, those that practice it love it. It can be described as partner Yoga with man’s best friend . It is a great stress reliever for both you and your dog.

This form of Yoga enhances the relationship between owner and dog and it also has many other social benefits. Therefore, if you don’t currently have a dog then this might just be the excuse you needed to get one.

3. UP Flying Yoga

This type of Yoga can be described as doing Yoga in the clouds. UP flying Yoga is practiced with the help of a soft aerial hammock.  It incorporates core strengthening, alignment, flexibility and meditation all into one practice. Quite simply, UP flying Yoga puts a fun spin on traditional Yoga by incorporating a sense of freedom by utilizing flight. It is a Yoga practice that can be enjoyed by both young and old.

4. Aqua Yoga

Aqua Yoga features all of the components of regular Yoga, the only difference being that it is practiced in water.

Water is a great medium to do exercise in. It is a low impact environment that creates adequate resistance that varies based on your strength levels.

Both young and old can practice Aqua Yoga. You don’t have to be a good swimmer to practice it as floating devices are used to help those that aren’t naturally comfortable in the water. Aqua Yoga offers great physical and spiritual benefits. If you are looking for a new way to experience Yoga, then definitely give Aqua Yoga a try.

Whatever type of Yoga you’re looking to try this year we’re hoping this quick guide has helped show you the Yoga modalities that are available to you. Whether you want to try your hand at a completely new type of Yoga for the first time or are a relative beginner, you shouldn’t let anything stand in your way. If you’re looking for some tips, then following a Yoga book can help you get started. Kensho way have an excellent guide reviewing the best Yoga books here