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Pranayama (yoga breathing)
Prayahara (withdrawal of senses)
Dharana (concentration on objects)
more popularly known as ‘GymYoga’
, is a modernized version of the
Yoga. Power Yoga differs from
Yogabecause it does not restrict its postures to the
Yoga. Power Yoga extends toinclude more vigorous exercises in its routine andcan be adapted to suit different people.Power Yoga is more a form of fitness Yoga and is usually practiced in gymsacross the globe. This form of Yoga combines the stretching
Yoga and a more fitness focused physical exercise routine to keep the humanbody physically fit.
Yogi Swatmarama, a Hindu Sage from the 15
Centuryintroduced the practice of
Yoga. It is one of the twoforms of Yoga that focus on physical forms.
is thecombining of opposing energies; the positive and thenegative, the male and the female, fire and ice. Itbalances the body and mind through various
,breathing exercises known as
improve the body’s physical health
by focusing on balance and strength and is structured to prepare the body formeditation.