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25 FORMS OF YOGA, NOT EVERYONE CAN DO
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Mental, Physical, Spiritual

25 FORMS OF YOGA, NOT EVERYONE CAN DO 

1.Quantum Yoga

Quantum Yoga is based on principles of quantum physics, which has proven that energy and matter are not easily divisible as energy is more substantial than the matter itself.

Quantum Yoga

Benefits

Quantum Yoga increases muscular coordination.

  • Increases inter muscle co-ordination
  • Strengthens muscles
  • Improve the breathing
  • People can develop multitasking attention
  • Refreshes the body by relieving muscle strain

Who can do

Anyone who wants to increase concentration, develop multitasking abilities and relieve stress off the muscles.

Who should avoid

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

2.Alignment Yoga

Alignment Yoga is all about perfection. You can expect close attention to anatomy and alignment in great detail. This is an elegant form of Yoga that lets you distress in style.

Alignment Yoga

Benefits

Alignment Yoga improves strength, mobility, stability, balance and above all, mental clarity.

  • Improves strength, mobility and stability
  • Improves concentration and balance
  • Promotes inner peace
  • Supports mental clarity

Who can do

Ideal for people who want to develop the stability of gait and posture correction.

Who should avoid

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain.

3.Insight Yoga

Insight Yoga provides you visual desertion that helps you to monitor your movements precisely which results in the calmness of mind that reflects in your action.

Insight Yoga

Benefits

Helps develop will power and improves mind-body control and coordination.

  • Clear vision over movements.
  • Improves body and mind coordination
  • Improves memory and will power.
  • Helps to conquer social ego

Who can do

Those who want to grow inwards and know themselves at a deeper level must indulge!

Who should avoid

People who face disequilibrium should avoid this form

4.Wall Yoga

Wall Yoga is an effective Yoga practice for all levels of practitioners to enhance their stability, alignment and using gravity to stretch and maintain advanced postures with ease.

Wall Yoga

Benefits

Improves strength and stability, Improves concentration and balance, Improves Flexibility

  • Improves strength and stability
  • Improves concentration and balance.
  • Improves Flexibility
  • Promotes inner peace
  • Supports mental clarity
  • Increase body awareness

Who can do

Ideal for beginners and advanced practitioners alike.

Who should avoid

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

5.Strap Yoga

Belt Yoga or Strap Yoga helps one fully experience yogic poses while maintaining structural alignment of the body, most often in regards to the spinal column.

Strap Yoga

Benefits

This kind of Yoga increases balance, stability, flexibility and reduces stress levels.

  • Helps in maintaining balance
  • Increase lower body Strength, function & flexibility
  • Increase the stretching of back muscles
  • Reduce stress.
  • Increase self-confidence.
  • Gain a stronger sense of calm.

Who can do

Ideal for beginners and people having stiffness in muscles and also preparatory for an advanced practitioner.

Who should avoid

Those who suffer from High blood pressure, cardiac conditions and recently operated patients, especially abdomen and back, must avoid.

6.Basket Ball

Basketball Yoga ! What ? Yes ! This exists ! Those who are young at age and young at heart can indulge in this. Bonus points to sportspersons who want to perfect their technique and game.

Basket ball

Benefits

This strengthens the core and back muscles, and makes the grip strong !

  • Strengthens of core and back muscles
  • Strengthens hand muscle and hand grip
  • Release happy hormones.
  • Improves mood.
  • Release stress.

Who can do

All those who want to try something new, an adventurous new workout are welcome to try.

Who should avoid

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain, especially those who have had recent back surgery and abdomen surgery.

7.Danda Yoga

Danda Yoga is a sequence in which a bamboo stick (Danda) is used to perform postures with ease and also to develop correct alignment which will make the practice more interesting and simplified.

Danda Yoga

Benefits

Releases stress, reduces chronic pain and calms the fleeting, restless mind!

  • Increase lower body Strength, function & flexibility
  • Increase the stretching of back muscles
  • Release the upper back stiffness
  • Calm and peace of mind
  • Reduce stress
  • Increase self-confidence

Who can do

Danda Yoga is Ideal for beginners and advanced practitioners since it is versatile in nature and one can increase and difficulty levels.

Who should avoid

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain.

8. Ananda Yoga

Ananda Yoga aims at raising the level of consciousness by reinforcing the natural effects of the Yoga postures. With this, it is also designed to harmonize your body, mind and soul by improving heart functioning and efficiency of breathing.

Ananda Yoga

Benefits

Relieves chronic stress patterns and chronic muscle pain.

  • Suppleness in spine
  • Improve the heart functioning
  • Improves the efficiency of breathing
  • Increase body awareness.
  • Relieve chronic stress pattern in the body.
  • Refresh the body by relieving muscle strain

Who can do

Ananda Yoga is ideal for those who strive for mental peace and truly being one with their body.

Who should avoid

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain.

9. Core Strength Flow

Core Strength Flow is a type of Yoga that strengthens the body, mind and spirit through rhythmic control of postures which involves core muscles.

Core Strength Flow

Benefits

The first is it helps in weight management, develops body conditioning and increases core strength.

  • Improve the core strength
  • Develops body conditioning
  • Aids in body weight management
  • Supports mental clarity
  • Clams restless thoughts
  • Promotes self-awareness

Who can do

Ideal for people who are looking for weight management and to reduce fat around the waist.

Who should avoid

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain.

10. Lunar Phase Flow

Lunar Phase Flow is a series of calming and cooling posture technique that focuses on movement and breath.

Lunar Phase Flow

Benefits

Lunar Phase Flow is a series of calming and cooling posture technique that focuses on movement and breath.

  • Strengthens of back muscles
  • Strengthens spine
  • Improve the breathing efficiency
  • Increases body awareness
  • Purification of mind and vital energy.

Who can do

Those who want to grow inwards and know themselves at a deeper level must indulge!

Who should avoid

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

11. Sivananda Yoga

Sivananda Yoga is the traditional form focusing on the stability in the posture and awareness through the breath. It also emphasis on breathing and meditative poses.

Sivananda Yoga

Benefits

This Yoga increases flexibility increases concentration and strengthens the spine.

  • Improves flexibility
  • Strengthens of back muscles
  • Strengthen spine
  • Increases body awareness
  • Reduces chronic stress patterns in the body
  • Improve concentration.

Who can do

Those who are yearning to experience Yoga in its true authentic depth, should definitely enrol for this type of Yoga.

Who should avoid

As a practise, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

12.Brick Yoga

This is a constructive type of Yoga which uses a brick as a prop ! It is radical yet gentle.

Brick Yoga

Benefits

This is an excellent form of Yoga for those who want to perfect postures and increase flexibility

  • Make perfect postures alignment.
  • Increase Strength, balance & flexibility.
  • Increase energy.
  • Reduce stress.
  • Increase self-confidence.
  • Gain a stronger sense of calm.

Who can do

This form is truly beneficial for people who suffer from diabetes, back pain, asthma; varicose vein problems.

Who should avoid

Caution is advised to those with chronic pain, especially those who have had recent back surgery and abdomen surgery.

13. Yin Yoga

The Yin Yoga structure compliments concepts like stability in immobile posture, downward moving, passive Yoga practise developing flexibility in accordance with the principles of nature.

Yin Yoga

Benefits

Passive poses help in stretching naturally which works on deep muscle groups and help remove fascia in the network of connective tissues.

  • Passive poses help to stretch naturally which works on deep muscles
  • Helps to remove fascia in the network of connective tissues
  • Calms restless thoughts
  • Promotes self-awareness

Who can do

Ideal for beginners and advanced practitioners alike.

Who should avoid

People who suffer from chronic joint pain. People who face disequilibrium should avoid this form

14. Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga aligns a deliberate sequence of poses with the breath to achieve a continuous flow in turn developing a stronger mind-body connection.

vinyasa Yoga

Benefits

Improves muscle health, helps maintain mass proportion, improves concentration and awareness of motion.

  • Stretches muscles more intensively
  • Maintains body mass proportion
  • Strengthens back muscles
  • Improves awareness in motion
  • Improves the concentration
  • Improve the concentration

Who can do

Ideal for people who are looking for weight management and develop muscle tone.

Who should avoid

People who suffer from chronic joint pain. People who face disequilibrium should avoid this form

15. Sculpt Yoga

Sculpt Yoga combines the strength of weight training with the balance and focus of Yoga. Body sculpting Yoga is a break through workout fusing strength training with power Yoga.

Sculpt Yoga

Benefits

Increases lean muscle mass, fires up the metabolism and increases flexibility.

  • Improves lean muscle mass
  • Increases flexibility and range of motion
  • Fire up your metabolism
  • Calms the body, while reducing stress and tension
  • Connect Mind-Breath-Muscle with Movement
  • Connect Mind-Breath-Muscle with Static Contraction

Who can do

Ideal for people who are looking for weight management and develop muscle tone.

Who should avoid

Those patients with Lung disorders, Chronic joint pain or recently operated individuals should avoid this style of Yoga.

16. Satyananda Yoga

The Satyananda approach incorporates the whole individual, not just the body. There is an emphasis on awareness and practitioners are encouraged to learn about all aspects of their personality through Yoga.

Satyananda Yoga

Benefits

This type of Yoga improves heart functioning and breathing efficiency. This also helps in digestion.

  • Helps the digestion
  • Improves the heart functioning
  • Improves the breathing efficiency
  • Increase body awareness.
  • Reduces chronic stress patterns
  • Improves the concentration

Who can do

Ideal for all age groups and all practitioners of Yoga and helps in chronic joint pains.

Who should avoid

As a practise, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

17. Aqua Yoga

Aqua Yoga workshops help you bid farewell to gravity. Splash into the pool and feel the burden leave your shoulder, literally and figuratively.

Aqua Yoga

Benefits

Happy hormones ! Improves flexibility ! And is massive fun !

  • Improves strength and stability
  • Improves concentration and balance.
  • Improves Flexibility
  • Release happy hormones.
  • Improves mood.
  • Release stress.

Who can do

Those who have a hard time doing Yoga generally, senior citizens, pregnant women and rehabilitating patients can become water babies!

Who should avoid

Those who are aqua phobic, who aren’t trained in basic swimming and recently operated individuals

18. Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is based on the traditional form of Yoga practices which emphasize upon social and self-discipline at the same time maintain the physical and spiritual way of practice.

ashtanga Yoga

Benefits

Develops strength and flexibility, tones muscles lubricates joints. Releases chronic tension.

  • Develops strength and flexibility, tones muscles lubricates joints.
  • Releases chronic tension.
  • Calms restless thoughts.
  • Promotes inner peace.
  • Supports mental clarity

Who can do

If you’re up for a superbly powerful and vigorous workout, this form is for you !

Who should avoid

As a practise, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain.

19. Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a particular system of Yoga that focuses on the purification of the physical body as leading to the purification of mind and the vital energies within.

Hatha Yoga

Benefits

Hatha Yoga allows the regulation of the endocrine glands and the efficiency of breathing along with promoting a feeling of calm !

  • Improves the efficiency of breathing
  • Strengthens, tones, and build muscles
  • Stimulate the glands of the endocrine system
  • Relieves chronic stress patterns
  • Improves mental awareness

Who can do

Strength seekers, stability seekers, flexibility seeker welcome !

Who should avoid

As a practise, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

20.Aerial Yoga

Aerial Yoga comprises basic to advanced postures which can be performed in partial or fully suspended manners. A fabulous break from the floor!

Aerial Yoga

Benefits

Aerial Yoga is exciting, engages focus and attention, improves fine and gross motor skills, decompresses tight joints, releases happy hormones, improves mood and releases stress.

  • Engage attention and focus
  • Improve fine and gross motor skills
  • Decompresses tight joints
  • Release happy hormones
  • Improves mood. Release stress

Who can do

Anyone with an adventurous spirit and those who are looking for a change

Who should avoid

Anyone who suffers from chronic joint pain.

21. Paddle Boat Yoga

Paddle boat Yoga is about increasing focus by ding Yoga poses on a paddleboat, while on water.

Paddle boat Yoga

Benefits

This improves core strength, balance and releases happy hormones

  • Improves core strength
  • Improves balance
  • Improves inter muscle co-ordination
  • Release happy hormones.
  • Improves mood.
  • Release stress

Who can do

The adventurers, the enthusiasts and Ideal for people who strive for fun, must try !

Who should avoid

As a practise, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

22. Tibetan Yoga

Tibetan Yoga comprises 5 simple, dynamic yogic poses known as The 5 Tibetan Rites.They are yogic routines based on a ritual of exercises done by the Tibetan Lamas, which helped them to live very long and healthy life.

Tibetan Yoga

Benefits

This is a rejuvenating Yoga style that increases the sense of well being and improves sleep.

  • Rejuvenation and looking & feeling younger
  • Relief from joint pain and arthritis
  • Relief from back pain & spondylitis
  • Increased sense of well-being
  • Sound sleep
  • Improved memory

Who can do

Ideal for those who seek relief from joint pain, arthritis, and spondylitis.

Who should avoid

People who suffer from chronic joint pain. People who face disequilibrium should avoid this form

23. Pragya Yoga

Pragya Yoga is a device to sharpen spiritual prudence, insight and intuition. It elevates inner consciousness within & creates an atmosphere of happiness and peace.

Pragya Yoga

Benefits

This kind of Yoga stimulates the endocrine system, improves heart functioning, and improves concentration.

  • Stimulates the gland of the endocrine system
  • Helps in digestion
  • Improves the heart functioning
  • Increase body awareness
  • Reduces chronic stress patterns
  • Improvement in concentration

Who can do

Those who want to be one with themselves, mindful of their decisions and want to gain wisdom through practise, should join.

Who should avoid

As a practise, any one who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

24. Power Yoga

Power Yoga is a composite of fast paced synchronized Yoga postures with intense fitness workout that unite the mind and the body.

Power Yoga

Benefits

The Yoga sequence helps to build tolerance and stability within your body and mind. Power Yoga workouts also improve a person’s concentration. It also helps maintain body weight proportions.

  • It helps to maintain your body weight proportion
  • makes your body more flexible
  • increase strength
  • build tolerance and stability build tolerance
  • improves concentration

Who can do

Ideal for people who are looking for weight management and develop muscle tone.

Who should avoid

As a practise, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.

25. Hot Yoga

Hot Yoga is performed under hot and humid conditions. Heat increases the blood circulation as the heart rate increases and the body burns more calories in its efforts to stay cool while exercising.

Image result for hot yoga

Benefits

Corrects circulation, and increases heart rate.

  • Increases heart rate
  • Balance and mobility
  • Increases blood flow
  • Increase body awareness
  • Sharpens attention and concentration
  • Calms and centres the nervous system

Who can do

People who want a vigorous, sweaty workout and detox the body and mind

Who should avoid

Those who suffer from Lung disorders, may avoid or practice caution.

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