Power yoga is a fast paced, dynamic form of vinyasa yoga, often practiced in a heated room of 34 to 36 degrees celcius.
The sequence is always different, with the opportunity to move with breath, and to explore different poses and transitions.
Peak poses and fun arm balances are offered, providing an opportunity for both beginners and advanced practitioners, making this a very popular form of yoga.
Bikram is a set sequence of 26 postures, practiced in a heat of 40 degress celcius, and 60% humidity.
The poses are held for a certain time, the longest being a minute.
It is a fantastic practice to build strength and cultivate balance, to improve flexibility and to fine tune concentration. Because you practice the same sequence each time, it is an excellent way to gauge your improvement
Vinyasa is a dynamic form of yoga, with the emphasis on moving one breath, one movement. The sequence is always different, and gives you the opportunity to practice lots of different poses and transitions.
It was developed from the Ashtanga yoga, and is excellent for building strength, enhancing flexibility, and a great way to stretch the whole body.
The continuous flow of breath and movement keeps you focused, and allows a form of moving meditation, which is an excellent way to tune into your body and your mind.