Yoga comes in many different styles, and practices. From slow restorative, and long yin pose to fast paced workout style classes. When I first started teaching yoga my classes were fast paced power flows. That’s just my fiery nature. Even now, it’s one of my favorite formats to teach. Follow along with me in this 15 minute vinyasa yoga flow sequence.
Vinyasa flow isn’t typically something beginners do. so bear that in mind if you just started your yoga practice. It’s a rhythmic flowing practice with the breath. If you’re looking for a workout that pairs strength and flexibility then give this a try!
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Vinyasa Yoga Flow Sequence
When teaching a vinyasa yoga flow sequence, I like to layer. My mentor likened it to the 12 days of christmas. Start with A-B-C, repeat and add on D. Then repeat A-B-C-D and add on E. And so on, until you reach the ‘final version’. Or, the proverbial 12th day and end up with everything in one sequence.
In this 15 minute vinyasa yoga flow sequence we explore poses like warrior 2, side angle, downward facing dog and reverse warrior. Along with the gentle vinyasa flow we do planks, to work on strength as well as flexibility.
As a fan of quick but frequent workouts throughout the day ,this class is sure to be a regular in your fitness routine. Whether morning, evening, or as a midday energy boost this class works for them all. What are you waiting for? Press play today! Remember, if you’d like longer format videos sign up for my Patreon Community. Patrons get access to 2 exclusive videos each month.
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