List of yoga schools
In late medieval Hinduism, Raja Yoga, based on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, was contrasted with the more recent Hatha Yoga. Since the late 19th century, a great number of distinct new styles of "Yoga" have been introduced by individual teachers.
Modern Hinduism and Neo-Hindu revival
- 1906: Yoga - Sri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya
- 1920: Agni Yoga - Nicholas Roerich and his wife Helena Roerich (theosophy)
- 1921: Integral Yoga - Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis of Yoga
- 1946: Kriya Yoga - Paramahansa Yogananda, Autobiography of a Yogi
- 1948: Yoga of Synthesis - Swami Sivananda
- 1950s: Satyananda Yoga - Swami Satyananda Saraswati
- 1955: Ananda Marga - Shrii Shrii Anandamurti
- 1960s: Transcendental Meditation - Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
- 1960s: Classical Ashtanga Yoga (Raja Yoga) - Baba Hari Dass
- 1970: Bikram Yoga - Bikram Choudhury
- 1971: Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy - Swami Rama
- 1970s: Siddha Yoga - Swami Muktananda
- 1970s: Surat Shabd Yoga - Sant Mat movement, Kirpal Singh
- 1970s: Sahaja Yoga, a new religious movement founded by Nirmala Srivastava
- 1981: Art of Living - Ravi Shankar
- 1991: Shiva Yoga
- 1992: Isha Foundation - Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev
- 1997: Ananda yoga - Swami Kriyananda
Styles of Hatha Yoga
- 1948: Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga - Sri K. Pattabhi Jois
- 1950s: Bihar School of Yoga - Swami Satyananda Saraswati
- 1960s: Sivananda Yoga - Swami Vishnu-devananda
- 1960s: Iyengar Yoga - B.K.S. Iyengar
- 1980s: Rocket Yoga - Larry Schultz
- 1982: Forrest Yoga - Ana Forrest
- 1983: Kripalu Yoga
- 1986: Jivamukti Yoga
- 1997: Anusara Yoga - John Friend
- 2000: Shadow Yoga - Shandor Remete
- 2000s: TriYoga - Kali Ray
- 2006: Naam yoga
- Yoga Therapy and its derivatives such as
These are partially derived from concepts of Hatha yoga.
- 1935: Kundalini Yoga described by Sivananda Saraswati
- 1969: Kundalini Yoga - Harbhajan Singh Yogi (Yogi Bhajan)
- 1974: Naked Yoga
- 1985: Dahn yoga ("Korean Yoga") - Ilchi Lee
- 1995: Laughter Yoga
- 2006 Naam yoga
- 2007: Zen Yoga
Yoga in other religious traditions
With the widespread reception of the concept of "Yoga" in the west, the term has also been transferred to similar systems of medition which are not of Indian origin.
- Tsa lung Trul khor, a concept in Tibetan Buddhism described as "Yantra Yoga" by Chogyal Namkhai Norbu (2000)
- Kum Nye, Tibetan practice, sometimes dubbed "Kum Nye Yoga"
- Shin Shin Tōitsu-dō, a system of "mind and body unification" created by Nakamura Tempu in the 1940s which sometimes been dubbed "Japanese Yoga".
- Taoist Yoga, title of a 1999 book about Taoist meditation
- Bando yoga or "Burmese Yoga"
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