Hatha Yoga : Traditional style of yoga as per the norms from Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Geranda Samhitha etc. Hatha yoga is the base or foundation to all other forms of yoga.
Hatha is derived from the two sankrit word - Ha and Tha - sun - moon, ida-pingala, balancing of energy levels , purifying the mind and body from apara to para state. Finally reaching oneness with your own self.
Ashtanga Yoga : Founded by T.Krishnamachaya . It's also widely known as Mysore style of Yoga.
Following the traditional style the entire vinyasa flow is designed to ultimately become strong mentally physically and attain spiritual enlightenment.
Yin Yoga/Restorative yoga - This style of yoga has a healing and restorative effect on the mind and body. Teach you to hold postures for longer duration. These long form holds, create greater health and wellness within the body. To aid in staying in the posture for longer duration different props are used .
They also create a greater range of movement as holding yoga poses for longer periods of time allows the deeper, connective tissues within the body to stretch and release.
These long holds also allow students time for a meditative practice which benefits the mind and allows students to feel calm and peaceful within. Also used as therapeutic yoga.
Pilates : Pilates is an exercise system invented and developed by Joseph Pilates in 20th century and most definitely in early 1900s. It is a fitness trend which was developed 100 years ago. It is now popular in many countries including US, UK and Germany. There are thousands of instructors and millions of practitioners are engaged in the industry today. Some exercises need highly developed exercise equipment while many other workouts need only a mat which you can attain with a simple cost.
There are six main principles which are very important in studying Pilates. Those principles are concentration, control, center, flow, precision, and breathing.
Strength n Conditioning : These low, medium, and high-intensity exercise classes are specifically designed to target the entire body utilizing a variety of traditional, functional, and strength training programs. Gives a balanced training program works on improving both aspects for overall fitness.