See also Defining the Word “Vinyasa”
Standing Vinyasa Flow
This sequence will ignite a downward flow of energy through the waist and legs to dissipate built-up vata.
See also Consciousness in Motion: Vinyasa
Ease back pain, gain a more agile gait, and clear out negative emotions with this hip-opening sequence.
See also Anatomy 101: A Hip-Opening + Balancing Sequence
A Creative Flow
Some days you step onto your mat and need a neatly prescribed yoga routine. Other days you just want to let your body and breath move you on a journey from pose to pose.
See also Mary Beth LaRue’s Favorite Poses to Trigger Creative Thinking
Fun Flow Practice
Heat up your practice with this energizing mandala (circular) namaskar sequence that’ll send you traveling around your mat to enliven your entire body.
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This pain-free flow sequence reaps the benefits of a dynamic Warrior series sans strain.
Seated and Floor-Based Flow
In this floor-based sequence, you’ll get grounded by focusing on moving energy through your lower body.
Shake Your Groove Thing Flow
This practice aligns the lower three chakras, or energy centers. By focusing on the pelvic floor, hips, and navel, you will feel more stable, grounded, and self-assured.
Any Pose Can Be A Vinyasa
When done with awareness, even a quiet seated pose like Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana (Revolved Head-of-the-Knee Pose), can be a adapted a mindful vinyasa.