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Vinyasa is a method of practicing asana (physical poses), where the asanas are presented in a sequence, flowing one to the next. The practice focuses on aligning one's breath and spiritual intention with movement. The class follows a set sequence of asanas but is presented at a slower, more relaxed pace.
Beginner Vinyasa classes provide a good transition for a beginner student from Basic classes to the Spiritual Warrior or Open classes and provide an opportunity for a more advanced student to refine their skills through a more detailed exploration of the asanas presented and how they can flow together seamlessly by means of steady paced ujjayi breathing. This class is suitable for beginners, but open to all levels of practitioners.
We present a basic, 42-minute beginner vinyasa flow for yoga that will help get you loose, limber and relaxed.
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|Section 1: Calm Down, Limber Up With Vinyasa Yoga!|
Anne Haack is an avid traveller, DJ, artist and an experienced certified yoga teacher, who has been immersing herself into healing arts and yoga for the past 14 years. Anne´s classes are full of energy and a mix of different techniques, involving every part of the body to connect all asanas seamlessly in a beautiful flow. She believes that art and music are also a form of meditation and that yoga is primarily a tool to transform the mind, not only the body.
Practice this opening sequence to stretch and strengthen your muscles with a strong focus on breathing and body alignment. Different styles of yoga engage different breathing techniques. One common one is called Ujjayi breath. This can be translated as “Victorious Breath” and is achieved by breathing in and out through the nose. It is a powerful and heat-generating breath that brings clarity and focus to the entire practice. Practice this in the morning on an empty stomach (you can eat banana or something light an hour before you start the yoga) and notice how it sets the tone for the day ahead. Get your workout in early, connect to your breath, be mindful and find what feels good.
This yoga practice is suitable for all levels and designed to inspire you to check in and create a full body warm up experience. You can practice this before a walk, jog or run or you can practice this as you prepare for a running program or future runs! Awareness is key! We must be patient and mindful as we build endurance in running- just like in our yoga practice- we find what feels good, find ease and build stamina, strength and discover a practice that can be fun!
In this video, we break down the details of the posture and work from the ground up and the inside out to find empowerment, strength, stability and balance
This powerful transition builds heat, strengthens your arms and works your core.
This video is more focused for back and belly-strengthening exercises, hip and groin openers that free the pelvis and reclining exercises designed to restore and maintain the spine's natural lumbar curve and open the chest.
Many consider this to be one of the easiest asanas. After doing all your yoga poses, this is one of the most studied & identifiable poses to absolute your yoga practice with. Shavasana means Corpse pose. This asana is very refreshing- clears the respiratory & circulatory system.
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