Power Vinyasa Yoga

With dynamics to your own inner self

Power Vinyasa Yoga, also known as Vinyasa Flow, belongs to the ‘flowing’ and dynamic yoga styles, just like Ashtanga Yoga and Hatha Yoga. Breathing and movement are at the forefront here and are connected to each other during such a Flow, also called a Vinyasa. Vinyasa Flow has no spiritual elements and concentrates solely on a certain order of movement exercises. That is why it is ideal for anyone who wants to stay fit and wants to join the world of yoga slowly. This style is also very suitable for practicing step by step more intensive postures and balancing inequalities in your body.

But of course, Vinyasa has not started. Vinyasa finds its origin with Sri Krishnamacharya, the founder of modern yoga. It stems from the Ashtanga yoga tradition, which is translated as ‘eightfold path’. The eight paths are described in the Yoga Sutras (the book of the yogi, written on the basis of the wisdom of the ‘father of yoga’: Patanjali). we explain here.

Krishnamacharya developed a relatively challenging yoga form after his studies and shared it with his pupil Pattabhi Jois. Jois taught in the city of Mysore in India at the beginning of the 20th century. His yoga variation consists of the six Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga series which are now the most known.

Benefits and workings of power Vinyasa Yoga
The positive effects of Vinyasa Yoga are particularly noticeable in the physical field: you strengthen your muscles with the postures and you make them more powerful. Your balance is trained and improved by certain exercises, and you mobilize your spine and joints. Blockages can thus be solved without any difficulty and after a Vinyasa session you will feel completely in order and stretched again, which is especially useful when you are often in the same position in daily life.

Just as important as the movement exercises at Vinyasa Yoga is breathing. You will learn how important it is to have a deep breath during intensive exercises, and how good breathing can bring you peace. This is also good to know so that you can remain calm during stressed moments in daily life.
In addition, a Vinyasa session works meditatively and is therefore extremely relaxing. When you focus on breathing and postures, you are totally unconcerned with other thoughts and experience a Vinyasa session with pure attention. In this way, stress is reduced and after an hour of Vinyasa Yoga, you feel refreshed and relaxed.

When you practice Vinyasa Yoga more often, you will also notice that you are physically there will move forward. You will see that you can adopt attitudes that you previously thought would be impossible – sound good, right? In the long term, you will notice that you can better and better interpret how well your body is doing and what it needs at that moment. Take advantage of this opportunity: do something good for your body with Vinyasa Yoga and experience the positive effects!

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