Styles of Yoga – Vinyasa

There are many different types of yoga. Each type and style serves a different purpose depending on your needs/wants and how you feel.  Many people gravitate toward one or two styles, but you should try as many as possible before deciding which is best for you.

Vinyasa Flow

This vigorous style of yoga links breath and movement through a sequence of Sun Salutations and postures. The smooth, continuous flow deepens breathing, increases endurance, and will test the edge of your balance and flexibility.

Vinyasa, as translated form sanskrit, means “to place in a special way”.  Sometimes vinyasa will be used as a noun when a teacher says “move through a vinyasa” referring to Sun Salute A (plank, chaturunga, up dog, down dog).

Vinyasa classes are best if you are already physically active, comfortable with the basic yoga postures, and appreciate a healthy sweat.  Depending on the level, Vinyasa classes often include advanced postures such as handstands, arm balances or backbends.

Often times a “flow” class is a vinyasa class.

If you are new to yoga, but want to get a taste of a Vinyasa style class, check out our Fit Beginners class.

Fit Beginner Vinyasa Online Yoga Class MyYogaWorks

If you have done a Vinyasa class and want to take your practice slightly further. Try Alex’s Let it flow intermediate level class.

Intermediate Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class Online MyYogaworks

If you are an advanced yogi and you are just looking for an intense online yoga class, try Jesse’s Challenging Flow.

Advanced Vinyasa Yoga Classes Online by MyYogaWorks

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