Get to know Vinyasa Flow (Yoga for absolute Beginners)

I have created this beginners vinyasa flow class from a sequence of the most popular postures you’ll find in Vinyasa Flow. By familiarising yourself with these postures you can feel confident about walking into any vinyasa flow class, and not feel completely out of your depth.

This class is more slow paced than the average Vinaysa Flow, giving you time to understand and respond to each of the postures. Take this opportunity to work on your technique – to truly feel into, and understand the sensation of each posture (i.e. the sensation of the muscle groups being activated). Once you understand how each of these postures “feel”, practicing yoga becomes A LOT more intuitive.

Welcome again, and again to Vinyasa Flow.

Vinyasa
40 minutes
Beginner
Props Required
Focusing on Full Body

Want to wiggle to some music?

If you’re looking for some tunes to listen to while you wiggle, I’ve created a Spotify playlist just for this class.

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