Flow with me divine beings, and fill your heart with the power of the sun.
In this video I will take you through a beginner Vinyasa Flow routine designed to help you come up with Asanas which flow well together.
Vinyasa basically means to arrange something in a special way. Think of this as a foundation of any Vinyasa routine. Vinyasa Ashtanga or Power Yoga is great for burning calories, building stamina, increasing your strength and balance.
In this practise be prepared to sweat and move from pose to pose quickly, as well as moving up and down on almost a constant basis with very short breaks. Try to avoid having a big meal before the practice and save the feasting for later and keep hydrated.
Vinyasa A and Vinyasa B – which are also known as Surya Namaskar A and Surya Namaskar B – are a set of sun salutation or Asanas expressing gratitude to the sun. The transitions are just as important as the actual poses.
Most of all, have fun. Don’t put pressure on yourself to do the routine super fast. It’s completely OK to flow through each Vinyasa slowly and carefully until you feel more comfortable to speed up.
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