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Level 1 in the College Yoga Class
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September 17, 2005 - 9:03 am
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Actually, Yogi has a point. Some Yoga students want to be pushed to the limit; while others just want to wind down, in Yoga class, at some point, during a stressful day. Level 1 in Iyengar Yoga is much different from Level 1 in Ashtanga.

This is only meant to say that certain types of people desire certain types of Yoga. A Hatha Yoga class for college students would be more physically taxing. Ashtanga, Bikram, Hot, Vinyasa, and Power Yoga would be in bigger demand than a Restorative Yoga class.

Age and personality type will have much to do with choosing a specific style of Yoga. Some Yoga students may not want physical Yoga at all. Bhakti and Jnana Yoga are not physical forms of Yoga, but they are rewarding.

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