Life Changing: Vinyasa Flow
Yoga in Rishikesh, India
The word "Vinyasa" simply referred to as "systematize something in a unique way". The Vinyasa Yoga can be known as the class of yoga in which the yoga students adjust their breathing flow with the movement from one position to another. Jivamukti, Power Yoga, Ashtanga, Prana Flow, and Baptiste Yoga are the parts of Vinyasa Yoga. Vinyasa class usually follows a certain sequence of yogic postures, initiating from Chaturanga to Upward facing to downward facing. Vinyasa Yoga comprises of various types of yoga like Power Yoga and Ashtanga Yoga. Vinyasa yoga is a sebaceous and unbroken process consists of a sequence of continuous movements of postures. The style of Vinyasa flow yoga is inherited from the Iyengar yoga and Ashtanga Yoga methods with a variable style, pace, and intensity.
Whether the flow of vinyasa yoga is fast or slow, accentuation is based on the frit of the body and breath movements and sequences. In Vinyasa Yoga, the main focus is on breathing as one move from one posture to another. Short breathing and meditation techniques are the most important feature of Vinyasa Flow Classes. Sun Salutations is always an integral part of the Vinyasa Flow.
Vinyasa Flow Classes is always contrary to Hatha Yoga Classes. As the Hatha Yoga classes usually focus on only one pose at a time whereas Vinyasa Yoga poses a sequence of postures. In vinyasa flow classes the sequence may be definite and in the same order as done in Ashtanga while many Yoga teachers of Vinyasa teaches the poses of the yoga in their own ways. The main part of the Vinyasa yoga is its synchronization with the breathing process, which acts as an anchor while going from one pose to another. A very simple example of Vinyasa flow is the cat-cow stretch. The most complex sequence of Vinyasa flow is Sun Salutation. In this style of Yoga, each movement is attached with an exhalation or inhalation of the breath. The spinal cord is arcuated on an inhale and encircled on an exhale. The popular style of Yoga that falls under the Vinyasa umbrella includes Core Power, Jivamukti, Modo, and Baptiste Power Vinyasa.
Vinyasa flow designated as a catena of three poses which are also an integral part of Sun Salutation sequence. Usually, when your Vinyasa teacher asked you to perform the Vinyasa Asanas at your own pace that means performing the plank, upward facing asanas, and chaturanga coordinating with your breath.
Vinyasa's beginner version is the plank - knees, chest, chin - cobra - downward facing dog.
Vinyasa's advanced version includes Plank - Chaturanga Dandasana - upward facing dog - downward facing dog.
Initially having a closer look at the beginner's sequence and then moving towards the advanced sequence.
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