At Zen Yoga, we inspire you to reach not only your physical goal, but your emotional goal as well with the various movements, postures, and motions you bring to the mat. 
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 Different Yoga styles

Hatha - In its most basic usage, hatha means yoga. The word hatha describes any kind of yoga in which poses are done. Hatha means forceful in Sanskrit. Compared to more subtle practices that were in use at the time, as early as 12th Century, the physical practices of hatha must have seemed forceful, according to Ellen Stansell, a scholar of yogic literature. However, it was some time before hatha became synonymous with yoga asanas as we practice them today. The first Indian gurus who brought yoga to a western audience in the mid-19th century took pains to distance themselves. The way hatha is used today is for gentle poses, usually without a flow in between poses. Expect a slower paced class with some basic breathing exercises.

Vinyasa - Vinyasa yoga is a discipline that utilizes postures and breathing techniques. As it encompasses all areas of mind, body and spirit, this form of yoga provides many health benefits. It is often faster paced, and the assanas (postures) are linked together in a series of movements that are synchronized with the breath. Much emphasis is placed on the breath and the transition in and out of the assanas. The continual movements, from one pose to another, gives you an added cardiovascular benefit, which more traditional forms of yoga do not have.

Iyengar - is a form of Hatha Yoga that has an emphasis on detail, precision and alignment in the performance of posture (asana) and breath control (pranayama). The development of strength, mobility and stability is gained through the asanas. During this type of Yoga, often we make use of props, such as belts, blocks, and blankets, as aids in performing asanas (postures). Its primary focus is on body alignment.