What is Vinyasa?
Vinyasa is a flow and movement in coordination with the breath. The flow brings a feeling of natural balance.
‘Vi’ means ‘in a special way,’ and ‘Nasya’ means to place. In this case, the word unique describes the intention behind the placement of the body and the logic of the movements.
Experience the beauty of safely listening to your body and flow from one asana to another with your knowledge of adjustments and alignment, which you will gain in the teacher training courses at Hatha Yoga World in Rishikesh, India.
When you know the benefits of each asana, then you can build a session for yourself and your students according to the different bodies and the energy you want to create. You will learn how to create a sequence in the 200 and 300-hour yoga course; this way, you’ll be able to roll out your mat and flow safely.
Vinyasa Yoga is a style of Yoga derived from Ashtanga, Sri. Pattabhi Jois’s eight-limbed Yoga path
Vinyasa is a yoga method in which you drive from one posture directly into the next. This style of yoga emanates from the Ashtanga origin. There is a flow to a Vinyasa class, though the precise postures and pace of the flow vary from instructor to instructor. However, most of the time, you will find that the series varies weekly (disobedient to Ashtanga, a set sequence). Vinyasa yoga is designed to unify movement with breath while maintaining a dynamic pace.
In our classes, you will learn how to start a new personal practice and how to energize an existing one. The classes consist of demonstrations, discussions, a physical practice (please bring your mat), and group exercises. Handouts will include critical principles, asana references, common sequences, and a framework for your practice. The class is appropriate for beginners and the more experienced yogis looking to refine an existing personal practice.