Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa yoga practice links individual postures or ‘asanas’ with deep breaths or ‘pranayama’ in a series of flowing sequences of movement. Designed to gradually open the body, each sequence in a Vinyasa yoga class builds on the previous one, developing into deeper, more advanced poses as the practice progresses.

Why would you need to practice Vinyasa Yoga?

Improved cardiovascular fitness

Vinyasa yoga, whether you attend a dynamic class or simply practice morning sun salutations, is considered light-intensity aerobic physical activity. Regular cardiovascular exercise is essential to improving and maintaining good heart health.

Improves abdominal stability and strength

The key to developing abdominal strength is not only to engage the muscles in the lower torso, but also to stabilize the spine to prevent strain on the lower back. Vinyasa yoga includes a variety of poses that engage and strengthen your core muscles.

Improves your mood

Vinyasa is a great way to relax, focus on the present and gain clarity on all the different aspects of your life. Through conscious breathing and conscious movement, you can release your emotional baggage, integrate negative feelings and quickly improve your mood.

What are the benefits?

Meet your instructor Vesela

Vesela is a certified yoga instructor, with more than 8 years of experience, over 1000 hours of training and participation in the preparation of yoga teacher trainings. In addition, Vesela has a bachelor’s degree in kinesitherapy and has completed numerous courses in massage and manual therapy.


Frequently asked questions

Yes, absolutely for everyone. and your instructor will make the necessary modifications to the practice to suit your needs.

Hatha and vinyasa yoga involve many of the same poses. The main difference is the pace of the classes. Hatha yoga is practiced at a slower pace, with an emphasis on breathing, controlled movements and stretching. Vinyasa yoga focuses on connecting your breath with your movements, which tend to be set at a faster pace. In vinyasa practice, you can expect to stay in a constant flow of movement.

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