"What is it? What kind do you teach? I am bad at yoga, I can't do it, I am inflexible!"
We hear these questions and statements frequently. You can google "YOGA" or research it in books and find a mulititude of different, yet similar meanings. Yoga is a way of life, "to obtain what was previously unattainable, to find balance!" Yoga can be postures (asanas) which you see pictured, it can also be sitting and breathing, or it can be the way you communicate with yourself or someone else. It is impossible to be bad at yoga, you may be confused by it or you might be a beginner, but you are not bad at it. Flexibility is something that is obtained with practice and patience. You practice yoga to align your physical, mental and emotional body, to balance your strength and flexibility, rejuvenate and find clarity.
We teach Hatha yoga, which is the physical practice of pranayama (breathwork) and asanas (postures). The lineages that have most influenced our path are Iyengar, Shadow, Anusara, Ashtanga, and Yin Yoga.