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Try These 5 New Trends in Yoga to Change Things Up

Try These 5 New Trends in Yoga to Change Things Up

Yoga is a practice that keeps growing over time. The more you put into it, the more you will get out of it. The basics stay the same and never go out of style, but some trends pop up now and again that deserve some attention. Look at some of the latest yoga trends and see if they are right for you.

Acrobatic Yoga

Yogi duos are now performing acrobatic yoga with a partner. It may appear to be like something that is seen on stage in Las Vegas, but there is something for every person of every level. The workout is challenging and requires complete body balance and strength. Take your turn at lifting and balancing a partner while performing standard yoga poses in the air. It is an exercise in trust of yourself and your partner.

Soul Flow Yoga

This combination of yoga, thai chi, and dance comes together in something that is quickly becoming known as soul flow yoga. It is often assembled to and performed with live music. The energy and intensity of the upbeat music seems to hook new and seasoned yogis. If you like a beat and lots of movement, this may be the yoga practice for you.

Yoga Retreats

Taking a vacation centered around yoga can take you to a new place such as a beach, mountains, or other retreat location. The focus of the retreat is on total relaxation and meditation. The goal is to support the mind and body in eating healthy food, lowering stress, and helping the mind and body get aligned. Sometimes spa treatments are also included.

Travel Yoga

There are apps and channels that allow you to take your yoga practice on the go. No matter where you go or how often you travel, there are no more excuses for not keeping up with yoga. With many options from which to choose, including more intensity and skill levels, you can try yoga on the go to keep up with your healthy routine while travelling.

Yoga Therapy

More people including athletes are trying yoga based therapies for recovery from injuries and addiction. Yoga has powerful qualities for healing mind, body, and soul. It provides a coping mechanism for stress, sadness, and grief. Yoga opens you up so provide space for healing to happen.

There is very little specialized equipment needed for yoga. Most people who do yoga use a mat but the rest is just your own body and determination to give it a try.

Alternative therapies can be beneficial for recovery from addiction. If you are struggling, yoga and other therapies can help but we also provide detox and programs which support your overall recovery along with alternatives like yoga. Call us 24/7 at our toll-free number: 844-339-6964