Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by linking asanas (poses) together so that you move from one to another, using your breath. Commonly referred to as a “flow” style of yoga. The teacher will create a class that builds stamina, increases strength and establishes flexibility with a constant emphasis on the core area of the body while reducing stress and increasing vitality, though the specific poses and the pace of the flow vary from one teacher to the next
You can deepen concentration and body consciousness throughout the entire practice. In Vinyasa Yoga, the aim is to keep the deep breathing and body consciousness consistent throughout all movements during the practice.There are no fixed series of poses and each class can be different. The basic syntax of Vinyasa yoga allows one to explore a changing syllabus of poses.
It is recommended that you try a hatha/hatha flow or slow flow class before coming into a vinyasa practice, if you are unsure about the heat it is recommended to try a hot yin or one of the reduced heat classes prior to make sure the heat agrees with you.
Contraindications: high blood pressure, pregnancy *It is always recommend to consult with your doctor before practicing hot yoga