The Sanskrit word Vinyasa means “to place” (vi) “in a specific way” (nyasa). In a vinyasa style practice one of the fundamental principles is in what way poses are linked and connected. We explore the connection between the poses, which are linked together to create the dynamics of the class, as well as the variations that promote creativity and insight. Vinyasa serves as the methodology to link the intention to the desired effect.
The sequencing for classes are based on:
Principles found in Primary, Secondary, Third and Fourth series of Ashtanga Yoga
Leading class towards a peak pose (specific challenging pose)
Anatomical themes, Hips, Kees, Twists, Arm balances, etc.
Vinyasa exists in three different levels
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