|Yoga Styles Comparison Chart|
|Yoga Style||Hatha Yoga||Chair Hatha Yoga||Yin Yoga||Pain Care Yoga||Yoga Nidra|
|Description||Medium to high intensity and difficulty.|
Moderate paced style of yoga. Consists of a well balanced practice that involves both upper and lower body poses, balance poses, and breath work.
|Low to low medium intensity and difficulty.|
Slow to moderate paced style of yoga. Poses are modified so that they can be done with or on a chair. This style of yoga is meant to help individuals increase their mobility.
|Low intensity and difficulty.|
Slow paced style of yoga. Transition of poses is slow, and poses are held for longer periods of time, and involves more floor and stretching type of poses.
|No intensity and difficulty.|
Extremely slow-paced style of yoga. Consists of mainly floor poses that are soothing and restful with no balancing or stretching. Poses are meant for mental, emotional, and physical restoration.
|No intensity and difficulty.
Yoga nidra is an extremely restorative and relaxing guided meditation where an individual lays in a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping. Perfect for stress relief, deep sleep, and overall relaxation.
Hatha is a sanskrit word meaning the union of the sun and moon as it is a balanced practice that involves both upper and lower body poses, balance poses, and breath work to align the mind, body and spirit. Hatha is a moderately paced style of yoga that is medium to high intensity and difficulty. This style of yoga acts as a moving meditation that allows you to be in the present by calming your mind through breath, and surrendering to the moment through challenging poses so that you can, much like life coaching, create the space within to discover your identity and values, and create powerful futures for yourself.
Chair Hatha Yoga
Chair hatha yoga consists of hatha yoga poses and sequences that are modified so that you can do them with or on a chair. The use of a chair is for added stability and safety as this type of yoga is often for individuals that have may have physical challenges, but want to increase their strength and mobility. Chair hatha yoga is a slow to moderately paced style of yoga that is low to medium difficulty. Much like regular hatha yoga, chair hatha yoga also acts as a moving meditation that allows you to create the space within to discover your identity and values, and create powerful futures for yourself.
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