There are no yoga Styles. There are various expressions of yoga. Popular methods such as Ashtanga Vinyasa by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and the Iyengar method by BKS Iyengar are not different entities. They convey yoga in a manner that is expressive of the mental and physical attributes of the founders. Both masters were taught by the same guru named Tirumalai Krishnamacharya who instructed according to the ability and needs of the individual. These are just a few examples of many regarding how yoga methods are derived and instructed.
Internalizing multiple expressions of yoga sheds light on the connection points between them. Identifying such connection points collapses the boundaries housing the myriad of yoga expressions along with systems outside of yoga. Through internalization the various methods become one.
Yoga with Perumal is made up of 6 parts. The 6 parts act as an underlying fixed foundation. The 6 parts of Yoga with Perumal are pranayama, preparatory, salutation, strength, stretching and meditation. Each part following in the order listed acts as a synergist to the other. The degree of each part and the combination of them in sequences are created according to the individual and group being instructed.
Yoga with Perumal endeavors to lead the way to connection points within yoga methods and systems in order collapse boundaries. Yoga with Perumal is an ever evolving yoga. It does not believe in a fixed form. If there is a form then it will inevitably evolve to take a new shape. Ultimately the goal is to connect into the hidden aspects of yoga and discover ones own yoga practice.