What Is Core Power Yoga?

Core power yoga is an energetic yoga exercise that physically and mentally challenges helping connect to your inner power without stopping.

Yoga sessions are done in a heated room and composed of different cardiovascular exercises intended to develop strength and flexibility, increase stamina, improves the ability to focus, release tensions and remove toxins through sweating.

Core power yoga practice also requires the implementation of yoga poses.

Core Power Yoga

Fast Paced:

Poses are done in a fast pace, some poses are even held longer than the required five breaths.

This practice can augment physical endurance and ability to focus on any task for a long time without breaking the concentration.

What Is The Difference Between Core Power Yoga and Other Exercises?

Core power yoga is a vinyasa style that has a unique program focusing on core strength, balance and flow to build a solid practice based on strength and spirit.

It offers diverse classes like Hot Yoga, Yoga Sculpt, Bootcamps, Yoga Teacher Training and Mat Pilates.

Moreover, it provides instructors that are personally involved in students progress, strong and forceful leaders who pay more attention to the students needs.

Also, the teachers of this exercise work with the students to personalize their programs, creating a sense of belonging.

Power Handstand

Great Health Benefits:

This exercise also offers great health benefits.

Lengthens and stretches the muscles and at the same time it builds stamina, strength and lean muscle and mass.

It also increases body heat that kills some bacteria and creates a finely tuned state of consciousness of the workings of the body.

The focus of core power yoga is on the coordination of the breath movement, connecting the body, mind and spirit to the warmest level.

It heals, detoxifies and stimulates the body and mind through balance and intention.

Becoming More Popular:

Is not surprising that core power yoga has become very popular with many people as it focuses on the core region of the body, the abdominal muscles in particular that not only assist in posture but also look great when you’re walking down the beach.

It is actually a fairly intense form of yoga for many people as it is performed more vigorously than other forms of yoga and in a heated environment.

Core Power Yoga Pose

Core Yoga Can Be Challenging:

Many people can find this form of yoga stressful in itself and realistically you should have a reasonable level of fitness before you get involved in core power yoga.

People who perform core power yoga on a regular basis find the combination of strength and flexibility that it offers helps to raise their fitness level beyond that which they could achieve using other forms of exercise.

All the while helping to reduce the levels of stress.

Become More Focused:

It also helps many people to become more focused in everything they do in their life as this is one of the aspects of core power yoga that the training brings with it.

There is a version of yoga called Ashtanga that gives the basis for core power yoga.

Power yoga has created a dynamic, challenging program that combines strength, sweat and spirituality.

Power Yoga Pose

It Recognizes Power In Diverse Levels:

First is the physical power which develops the bodies’ strength and improve health.

Second is the mental power or the will to contemplate on the practice; and last the spiritual power which is the power behind the physical and mental power.

Strengthen The Core:

By strengthening the core area of the body in the lower back and the abdominal muscles it is very beneficial for many forms of sports as this is the central strength of the body that is required for almost every type of activity.

Building strength in this area gives a lot of support to the back and reduces a lot of back injuries that are common to many people.

Eliminate Toxins:

By performing the yoga in a heated environment it is thought that this helps to eliminate toxins from the body and it certainly is a fast way to build up a sweat.

While the poses are generally only held for a very short time a combination of one after the other helps to increase physical endurance.

Core Power Yoga The Western Version:

Core power yoga is the Western version of the Indian Ashtanga Yoga.

The term was given by Beryl Bender Birch, an Ashtanga Yoga teacher.

It has been brought to the west by followers of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, a renowned Sanskrit scholar who inspired Western Yogis with his Ashtanga Yoga Style and philosophies.

There Are Three Programs In Power Yoga:

Core Power is designed to strengthen abdominal and back and includes both abs-focused Vinyasa power yoga poses and variations of muscle-toning moves.

Unlocking Athletic Power will expand flexible strength with an emphasis on abs, back, hips and pelvis.

Core Power Yoga Variations:

Soul of Strength on the other hand is a fast-moving power yoga program with a distinct mid-body emphasis and some very challenging moves.

Core power yoga practice also requires the execution of yoga poses.

Poses are done in a fast pace, some poses are even held longer than the required five breaths.

Increases Physical Endurance:

This practice can increase physical endurance and ability to focus on any task for a long time without breaking the concentration.

Core power yoga is best to those who want to improve their performance in their chosen sports like cycling, football, swimming, skiing, surfing, running /athlete, martial arts and other team sports.

Some training grounds in sports, practice this exercise in transition for aerobics.

Core power yoga can reshape your body and mind!

I would love to hear your thoughts about this post or this site in general.

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Namaste Shane.

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purpose only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietitian before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.

4 thoughts on “What Is Core Power Yoga?”

  1. I have been learning as much as I can about all these different types of yoga. I have been attracted to the idea that this type of yoga is fast paced. And that, from my perspective has additional benefits. But I’m particularly interested in the Core Power Yoga variations, and your post has given me some light on this. Thank you very much!

    Reply
    • Hello Ann,

      It is wise to check out all the different types of yoga. 

      You then can make the right choice for you. 

      Ashtanga is a challenging yoga which i’m sure you would enjoy. 

      Namaste Shane.

      Reply
  2. Hello there! This is an amazing review you’ve got here. This is actually my first time hearing about this core power yoga and with what I have read here, I think this exercise is unique and will help build my balance and strength.

     Thanks for sharing this with me, it’s helpful!

    Reply
    • Hello to you. 

      Happy to hear you enjoyed my article. 

      Ashtanga is a tough yoga to do. 

      Be careful to start with. 

      I hope you enjoy your new yoga practice.

      Namaste Shane.

      Reply

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