There is only one Yoga
It's quite lovely that you've found a method to cultivate some control of the mental force.
I'm not aware of any true meditation that is "easy" to do. They all come with a level or degree of challenge. The practice of asana provides many opportunities to cultivate qualities in small measure and, hopefully grow them for use off the mat.
In other words my cultivation of the ability to be present in my asana practice (regardless of its gross or fine movement, flow or no) is for my use in being present with my family, partner, co-workers, etc. My cultivate of feeling the residue of my practice after each posture allows me to also cultivate the skill of discernment - a skill used on the yogic path all day, every day.
I would only add that there are many ways asana is different than exercise, but asana is not Yoga. Asana is contained within yoga.