What type of Yoga Styles are there?


Acro - a physical practice that combines yoga and acrobatics, practiced with a partner. Essentially, it builds a practice of the understanding of trust.

Good for: building trust within the body, trust within the community, trusting your partner

Anusara - 'Yoga of the Heart' - centered around the 3 A's (Attitude, Alignment and Action), founded by John Friend

Good for: opening the heart, experience grace, expressing ourselves, physical and mental challenge

Anti gravity - combines traditional mat yoga with postures suspended in a soft fabric hammock. With the help of gravity and the hammocks playfully exploring floating, fluid movements and creating space in the body

Good for: stretching the body beyond your imagination, fun, experiencing the feeling of flying, conquering upside down postures

Ashtanga - fast paced, dynamic, physically demanding, set series of postures, each pose held for 5 breaths, founded by Sri Pattabhi Jois

Good for: losing weight, get a cardio workout, testing physical limits

Barkan - practised in a room heated to 40 Celsiu