Vinyasa yoga originates from the Sanskrit words Vyn meaning 'in a special or sacred way' and Nyasa meaning, 'to place'. Sri Krishnamacharya taught yoga in line with the principals of vinyasa krama. Vinyasa yoga is characterized by practicing a sequence of yoga poses, one after another in a sequence, seamlessly, with emphasis on breath, aiming at the desired goals. Vinyasa yoga does not follow a set pattern or sequence for practice, and the variety makes the technique much sought after. You can expect movement between the poses apart from stretches, all flowing one after another like music. Vinyasa Yoga Practice helps boost stamina, improve cardio health, improve breath co-ordination, tone the body, and release stress.Read More
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