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  ABOUT YOGA STYLES
   
  Anahata Yoga Zone is a multy-style yoga studio. In many our classes we practice Vinyasa Yoga, incorporating elements of other styles. Why? We believe our minds, souls and bodies need changes and challenges, and each yoga style offers unique, special experience. Are you looking for intense practice or deep relaxation - find which style is the best one for you!

 
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  Aerial Yoga or antigravity yoga is a new type of Yoga that uses a fabric hammock as a tool to help students achieve the traditional Yoga positions. The hammock can support up to 300 kilos of weight, and the practice is very gentle to muscles and joints, which makes aerial yoga a great choise for people of all levels of fitness. Aerial yoga provides genlte stretch and workout for the whole body, decompressing the spine as the body hangs freely.
  Best for: practitioners who want to break their routine practice. Recommended for people with vulnurable back or joints.
 
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  Acroyoga combines yoga, acrobatics and elements of Thai massage.
  Acroyoga is about partnership, trust and communication: there is always at least one base and a flyer, who should support and understand each other to find a balance.
  The practice of Acroyoga splits into Solar and Lunar practice.
- Solar practice: active, acrobatic practice
- Lunar (or therapeutic) practice with a healing touch of Thai massage
  Acroyoga can be practiced by anyone, however, it requires basic physical fitness and body awareness. Acroyoga is a partner-based practice which develops skills to work with a wide variety of people and creates a particular sense of community among the practitioners
  Best for: practitioners seeking for creative and challenging tasks, for whom community and connection matter most in yoga. Lunar practice helps to rejuvinate the spine
 
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  Power Vinyasa Yoga is an energetic, physically demanding type of yoga, where students peform postures in a flow - moving from one pose to another, combining transitions with the breath. These transitions are called vinyasas. This is an intense practice, emphasizing on strength and flexibility, with less ammount of chanting and meditation, performed in a traditional yoga class. Power Vinyasa yoga incorporates regular sequences that become familiar to students, as well as modified variations challenging body in a different way.
  Best for: weight loss, combining yoga and workout
 
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  Hatha is a general category that encompasses many modern yoga styles. Hatha Yoga combines asanas with breathing techniques, it usually consists of a series of poses and finishes on the floor with a resting posture. It helps to bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.
  Hatha Yoga class is relatively gentle, slow, it integrates breath into every movement, developing flexibility and balance.
  Best for: beginners or students who prefer a more relaxed style where they hold poses longer.
 
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  Hatha Vinyasa Yoga is a movement-based yoga. It is less intense than Power Yoga, but more physically demanding than Hatha Yoga.
  This form of yoga introduces postures in a fluid sequence, working the cardiovascular system. All of the poses are linked and combined with a rhythm of inhalations and exhalations aimed to build heat in the body
  Best for: beginners as well as advanced practitioners.
 
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  Restorative and Yin yoga classes, usually practiced on Fridays, are among the favourite ones at Anahata Yoga Zone. This is a rejuvenating practice, where students often use props -bolsters, blankets - to support them in passive poses, so that the body can experience the benefits of a pose without muscular efforts.
  Restorative and Yin yoga help to deeply relax the body, balance nervous system, reduce stress and improve sleep, as well as to find emotional balance. Working on deep connective tissues, it increases flexibility and positively affects the performance in active yoga practice.
  There is a difference between Yin yoga and Restorative yoga. Although the poses may be similar, the goal is slightly different. In Restorative yoga the primarily goal is relaxation, as well as theraphy - thus, the postures are mostly supported and less intense. Yin yoga presumes deeper stretch, working with connective tissues, tendons and ligaments.
  Best for: winding down after a long working day, restoring physical and mental energy.
 
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  Iyengar yoga was developed and popularized by B.K.S. Iyengar. A lot of attention is devoted to detail and precise alignment of postures. Thus, a wide range of yoga props is commonly used in an Iyengar yoga class — wall, blocks, blankets, straps, chairs. It helps students to get a deeper understanding of a specific alignment of each posture, as well as modify a posture according to individual requirements of a student. Iyengar yoga proves - nothing is impossible, as it makes difficult asanas accessible to practitioners of all levels due to props and modifications. Postures are held for a longer time, allowing a student to fully experience each posture.
  Best for: beginners and experienced practitioners who would like to deepen their practice, discover new facets of basic postures, as well as experience advanced asanas with required support and proper alignment. Students with injuries will benefit from the therapeutic effect of Iyengar yoga.
 
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  Prenatal yoga is a great way for a mother-to-be to stay fit, prepare for a labor, and find a deeper connection to her child. Prenatal yoga class is designed to take care particular emotional and physical aspects of pregnancy, promoting health of a baby and a mother. The classes are conducted by Anahata Yoga Zone instructors, who are certified in Prenatal yoga.
 
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