Vinyasa is a dynamic practice which emphasizes stability and strength in equal proportion to flexibility. Focusing on present moment awareness, it links one posture to the next in a unique flow, which, in essence, is a manifestation of the subtle movement of the life force, prana. Vinyasa promotes balance; a balance of strength and flexibility, lightness and heaviness, movement and stillness. Through vinyasa one may come to know the vibration of life. This integration arises when breathing and movement become one. The mind is then set free and the practice becomes like a meditation in motion, and canact as a conduit for a deeper exploration of our core identity and being.
This intermediate sustained rhythm linked to the consciousness of energies in circulation and the timing of the movement. Adding level balance postures Intermediate and numerous variations to basic postures. Meditation and relationship to intuition for fans of mystical travel. The body as a revelation of inner light moving. Inversions and advanced asanas. Tonic rhythm always in favor of the ultimate goal of the yogi: Moksha or Samadhi.