Water Yoga.
Water yoga, or aqua yoga, is a thermal, aquatic activity, which utilizes modified movements and principles of yoga to accommodate people of all fitness levels. This practice typically takes place in a pool, wherein the pressure and buoyancy of water provide practitioners with support, simplifying yoga postures for physically-challenged individuals.

Water yoga classes should be between 30 – 45 minutes long, and the temperature of the water should be between 86 – 90. Many of the traditional asana are adjusted so that the pool wall emulates the floor, but some instructors also make use of floatation devices. Noodles and kick-boards are particularly useful for poses like savasana (the corpse pose), as practitioners must lie down on their backs.