Different types of yoga for different types of days

It’s ok to want a different type of yoga or to realize your body needs a different type of yoga. We love certain classes, which is great, but if you are a Power Yoga fan and are feeling fatigued and tired, you might actually want and need a slower flow. Feeling uncentered or scattered — a meditation or restorative class might be a great fit.

The opposite might happen too. Maybe you traditionally like a slow and gentle flow but crave a good sweat and want to try Yoga Sculpt. It can be a great change of pace and be something extra nourishing that day. Your favorites will always be your favorites, but knowing your other options can be really beneficial to a well-rounded practice.

Often, a studio schedule doesn’t always match what you want and need when you want and need it. Becoming a Yoga with TG Member can help solve your scheduling woes and meet your yoga needs. The library of options grows each month and includes diverse flows in styles and in lengths. Members also can request specific styles and lengths as well. Join us on your mat wherever you are and whenever you want and in whichever flow suits you best that day.

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I help busy career and family-focused individuals feel stronger by putting themselves back on their priority list and into their schedules. I value community and safe yoga, laid-back and heart-forward practices. 500 E-RYT (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) through Yoga Alliance with over 500 hours of accredited training and 2,500 hours of leading yoga and meditation for my community. Online Yoga Concierge, Owner: You, Yourself, and Yoga in, Kirksville, MO

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