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Intermediate Yoga Sequences

Need a Flow? Try These 8 Vinyasa Yoga Sequences

These vinyasa flow sequences will create a focus on breathing and self-energy while targeting specific areas of the body.

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These vinyasa flow sequences will create a focus on breathing and self-energy while targeting specific areas of the body.

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Standing Vinyasa Flow

This sequence will ignite a downward flow of energy through the waist and legs to dissipate built-up vata.

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Open-Your-Hips Flow

Ease back pain, gain a more agile gait, and clear out negative emotions with this hip-opening sequence.

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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.

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Fun Flow Practice

Fun Flow

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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Hands-Free Flow

hands-free flow

This pain-free flow sequence reaps the benefits of a dynamic Warrior series sans strain.

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Seated and Floor-Based Flow

Seated and floor based flow yoga poses

In this floor-based sequence, you’ll get grounded by focusing on moving energy through your lower body.

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Shake Your Groove Thing Flow

extended side angle pose/utthita parsvakonasana

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.

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Any Pose Can Be A Vinyasa

Revolved Head-of-the-Knee Pose

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.

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