In addition to getting a safe workout, people come to yoga to feel energized and have fun. That’s why we have seen dramatic changes in Yoga industry in last few decades. Especially the way people practice yoga. A lot of layers have already been added to the classic Hatha and Ashtanga. Yoga instructors attempt to add some type of fitness regime to the traditional series of yoga poses offered in a basic yoga class. Multi-certified instructors are combining it with strength training, resistance work, cardiovascular activity, elements of dance, Pilates moves, martial arts, dance, swimming and more. Thus many new schools of thought have been emerged in Yoga. Another interesting sign is that as people are getting more health conscious these days, many formerly established yoga types are finding a new user base. There is a common misconception that yoga is old and unchanging, but in reality it’s actually far from static. Yoga is always dynamic. Ever changing, ever growing, and ever evolving. Everyday Yoga instructors around the globe are picking up the threads of diverse practices and weave them together. Let’s find the 5 Yoga Trends to watch in 2015.


If you love the fast-paced nature of a kickboxing workout, and also love the way yoga make you feel refreshed and energetic, Koga might be a good fit for you. When I first heard the word, honestly speaking, I was skeptical. But being a Yoga trendsetter, I started researching on it. What I discovered was just amazing! Koga, which blends yoga with kickboxing, can bring enormous health benefits! Koga is one of the top of 5 Yoga Trends to watch in 2015.

AntiGravity Yoga

If you are looking for a workout that allows you to stretch and strengthen without over stressing your joints or compressing your vertebrae, AntiGravity Yoga might be a good fit for you. Gymnast and dancer Christopher Harrison is the founder of AntiGravity Yoga. Though AntiGravity Yoga was established in 1991, it’s getting popular recently and considered as one of the top 5 Yoga Trends to watch in 2015. AntiGravity Yoga and its creator Christopher Harrison changed forever the way human beings move!AntiGravity Yoga combines traditional yoga with the physical training of an aerialist.It usually involves doing a series of poses inspired by yoga, Pilates, calisthenics and aerial acrobatics in a hammock-like apparatus.

Stand up Paddleboard (SUP)

Is your yoga routine getting a little boring? Looking for fun workout? Want to refine your technique? If the answer is YES, then try Stand up Paddleboard (SUP) Yoga is a perfect match for you. Stand up paddleboard Yoga will reinvigorate you and push you to become an even better yogi than you thought possible. That’s why stand-up paddleboard is experiencing a huge boom these days.So why not take your yoga practice to a setting that’s very different from an indoor studio.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga, an active and athletic style of yoga adapted from the traditional ashtanga system, focuses on a flowing sequence of specific asanas coordinated with the movements of the breath. Vinyasa Yoga brings the body into a state of physical strength, flexibility and vitality. Emotionally and spiritually, you will gain an increased sense of consciousness as calmness begins to permeate your life. Vinyasa is not only an exercise method; it’s a way of living! The word “vinyasa” means “breath synchronized by movement,” Yogis looking for a way of applying the skill and awareness of yoga to all the rhythms and sequences of life, might find Vinyasa most appropriate one.

Hatha Yoga

Though the typical public perception of Yoga has shifted significantly in recent years and many unorthodox yoga styles are getting popularity, Hatha yoga is still one of the most widely practiced yoga styles worldwide. Hatha yoga consists of various movements, breath control exercises, and physical postures that can produce a profound state of inner union, vitality, and harmony.