Hundreds of yoga styles have found their way into the daily lives of people. As a beginner, either as a student or as a yoga trainer, you can be very confused as to learn what style of yoga. If you have the option to choose, you should always want the best style as per your requirements. Many yoga teacher training institutes also provide a comprehensive guide to tell you which style of you should choose to learn.

Here’s a brief guide to help you choose the right style of yoga for you.
1. Know why you practice yoga:- 
It is important to consider the reason why you are learning yoga and where and how you’ll be practicing it. You should know if you are looking for a heavy workout through yoga, or you want to practice it for therapeutic purposes. Some people also practice yoga to attain spiritual benefits. What’s your purpose?

2. Ask yourself about your personal needs:-
You should be honest with yourself about your personal needs and preferences. You should know whether you need personal attention while you are learning yoga, or you get motivated when you practice it in groups. It is also important to know whether you are self-motivated to learn yoga or practice it, or you need to be pushed by the trainers. You should also be honest about any physical, financial or time-related constraints that you might have when you join the yoga course.

3. Know about different yoga styles:-
You will never know what all options you have until you ask those guiding you for the classes. Once you know the plethora of options of available to you, it will be easy for you to decide which style to choose for yourself. You can also try some yoga styles before you choose them. This would include trying them and then observe how you feel after practicing that yoga. You should also pay attention to your energy levels after doing yoga. Catch hold of the factors that inspire you and try and get rid of those that demotivate you.

And if you want to know whether you are in the right yoga class, you should look for the following points.
You can follow and understand the teacher’s instructions.
You felt safe and supported in class.
You can approach the teacher.
You feel inspired after the class.