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Which Type of Yoga Is Best for You?

Confused by all the options—from hatha to hot yoga to power yoga? We'll help you find the best fit.
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Step 2: Find the right class

The truth is, you can find a great instructor and class in a church basement, and a questionable one in a fancy yoga studio. Just keep in mind this rule of thumb: Your teacher should be properly trained, with at least a 200-hour certification from Yoga Alliance, the main yoga education organization in the United States.

Next, get the scoop on your options.

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