September is National Yoga month, a perfect time to try that workout everyone keeps talking about.
- Hatha - This is an all-levels gentle yoga practice that includes twists, stretching, and strengthening.
- Vinyasa - Yoga that is connected to breath (inhale as you go up, exhale as you go down, etc) and has a fluidity between postures. Vinyasa is more cardiovascularly challenging than Hatha.
- Ashtanga - Similar to Vinyasa, but follows a specific series of postures that are to be completed in a particular order. This is typically a challenging class depending on the studio and teacher.
- Bikram (Hot Yoga) - Named for the yogi who trademarked his personal style, this class moves through 26 postures in a specific sequence and is performed in a room heated to 105º at 40% humidity. If the class style is called “Hot Yoga,” the teacher probably doesn’t have Bikram’s blessing to teach his trademarked style, but it will be very similar to what is described above.
- Find Your Yoga Style - A yoga teacher in North Carolina made a very handy flow chart  to help you find the yoga style that is right for you.
- Groupon  and LivingSocial  occasionally have coupons to yoga studios for 50-70% off.
- Gyms and YMCAs offer yoga classes as a part of their membership
- Many studios offer introductory class packages at great discounts. Once you find a studio you like, you’ll find that their monthly pass is well worth the price tag.