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Updated: Aug 24


“Ok Ok Ok STBK. I seez the benefits

that come with da art of mastering

yogic practice. My question to

you tho isss. Which yogic practice

is most effective to give the results

I seek but also efficient enough to

fit into my busy daily schedule?”

If you, like my slightly illiterate

acquaintance here, are running into

the same troubles, I may have a solution.





"Hold up. Waaaaiiiiitt. For those of yall who dont know about yOga, click this... Liiiiiink. To be well informed on the topic before immersing yourself in more complex techniiiiques." "DO YOGA EVERYDAY"- STBK Dogg














A little insight to the ins and outs of Yoga:



The practice of Yoga has many different divisions of Yogic practices, but there are 7 typical classifications for the different types of Yoga. The seven principle types of Yoga are Bhakti Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Karma Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Raja Yoga, and Tantric Yoga.

  • Bhakti yoga Also called Bhakti marga (literally the path of Bhakti ), is a spiritual path or spiritual practice within Hinduism focused on loving devotion towards a personal god.

  • Hatha Simply refers to all the other styles of yoga (ashtanga, Iyengar, etc.) that are grounded in a physical practice.

  • Jñāna yoga Also known as Jnanamarga, is one of the several spiritual paths in Hinduism that emphasizes the "path of knowledge", also known as the "path of self-realization". It is one of the three classical paths (margas) for moksha (salvation, liberation).

  • Karma yoga Also called Karma marga, is one of the three spiritual paths in Hinduism, one based on the " yoga of action". To a karma yogi, right action is a form of prayer. It is one of the paths in the spiritual practices of Hindus, others being Jnana yoga (path of knowledge) and Bhakti yoga (path of loving devotion to a personal god)

  • Kundalini. Yoga practice is equal parts spiritual and physical. This style is all about releasing the kundalini energy in your body said to be trapped, or coiled, in the lower spine.

  • Raja yoga Is declared as the goal where one experiences nothing but the bliss of the undisturbed, the natural state of calm, serenity, peace, communion within and contentment. The Raja yoga goal and state is synonymous with various terms, such as Amanaska, Unmani and Sahaj.

  • Tantra Yoga Is an holistic approach that maintains that the objectives of Yoga can be pursued by the use of any manifestation of Nature, including the physical body and sexuality.


Other types of yoga include:


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Also:

  • Anusara. Anusara is a modern-day version of hatha yoga, most similar to vinyasa in that it focuses on alignment, but with more focus on the mind-body-heart connection.

  • Ashtanga. It's expected of you to know the series. Vinyasa yoga stems from ashtanga as the flowing style linking breath to movement.

  • Bikram. Features a sequence of set poses in a sauna-like room—typically set to 105 degrees and 40% humidity.

  • Hatha. Simply refers to all the other styles of yoga (ashtanga, Iyengar, etc.) that are grounded in a physical practice.

  • Iyengar. Focuses on alignment as well as detailed and precise movements

  • Jivamukti. At its core, this style emphasizes connection to Earth as a living being, so most Jivamukti devotees follow their vegetarian philosophy.

  • Vinyasa yoga. Vinyasa means "to place in a special way" and, in this case, yoga postures.

  • Restorative. Restorative yoga focuses on winding down after a long day and relaxing your mind. At its core, this style focuses on body relaxation. Restorative yoga also helps to cleanse and free your mind.

  • Yin yoga. Is a slow-paced style of yoga with seated postures that are held for longer periods of time. Yin can also be a meditative yoga practice that helps you find inner peace.



Get down with the get down!


Now after reading this, if you don't go out and buy a yoga mat just to be able to put your foot behind your head. Then I guess not everyone is as dedicated as us. Which is fair. Yoga may not be for everyone (even though some of you may have not tried it yet). Some may think it's for girls or they may have enough time. This is my challenge to you. We provide you with information. See anything you like? The benefits maybe? Give it a try! Do a little research. You are an amazing person that deserves to live your healthiest, happiest life. Try yoga. Try meditation (sometimes both at once). I PROMISE you won't regret it. Just like purchasing a small $5 subscription from our website and subscribing to our email list =)!! Thank you so much for reading. Until next time, be happy and be healthy all. Peace.




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