Vinyasa is the principle of synchronizing movement with the breath, while krama translates to steps or stages. Devised by the father of modern yoga, Sri Krishnamacharya, vinyasa-krama is a breath priority method of practicing postures.
This form of yoga is best suited for a modern lifestyle that requires at least 8-10 hours of active seating. It compensates for lack of movement while reconditioning our breathe to a more natural relaxed pattern. With a combination of Asana, Pranayamá, Mudra, Bandha, and Mantra in conjunction with other limbs of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga it is both challenging and meditative in nature.
A comfortable body allows us to dwell further into our subtle self and curb ChitaVrittis, the mental fluctuations that keep us in maya. Delving further into the practice will give you a better control over your emotions, ensure a peaceful state of mind, bring you back to our true human capabilities, and most importantly, have a plenty of fun while you’re at it!
Veer is a human physiology expert who spent the better part of his career teaching aviation physiology and training rescue drivers. He was drawn towards yoga from an early age. He has a 200Hr training in Vinyasa-Krama with Miss Dominique Renucci, 300Hr training in Yoga Therapy-Panchkosha From Association of Yoga & Meditation, Rishikesh, and a 100Hr Advanced-training in Vinyasa-Krama Sri Ramaswami Srivastava behind him and has been visiting faculty at various yoga schools. His understanding of movement application and the human body makes him an ace instructor.
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