If you answered mostly E, then you should give BIKRAM YOGA a try....
Bikram Yoga is practiced in a room heated to between 30°C to 40°C (85°F to 105°F). The higher temperatures help you sweat out toxins while you work toward increased strength and flexibility.
Bikram yoga classes typically incorporate 26 postures and 2 breathing techniques from Hatha Yoga. These classes will challenge trail runners who like to work hard. Certain precautions are required to avoid overheating and ensure adequate hydration, especially for trail runners who already sweat out electrolytes during training.
If you want too cool things down, you might also like to try HATHA YOGA...
Hatha Yoga focuses on physical and mental strength building exercises and postures and is great for most trail runners as it helps them maintain balance in all aspects of their running. Hatha yoga practice incorporates postures (asanas), breathing practices (pranayama), and relaxation techniques.
Most forms of yoga practiced in the West come under the broad umbrella of Hatha Yoga, including Ashtanga, Iyengar and Bikram Yoga classes. Hatha yoga teachers will usually draw from all these different styles of yoga, depending on their own style of teaching, to provide a balanced yoga class.