Vinyasa Flow › Sylvia Garcia

Vinyasa flow is dynamic flowing style of yoga. It's really popular and we love it because it covers a real breadth of teachers and teaching styles from a fast 'power' flow to an alignment based or more meditative flow. Vinyasa flow is when we harmonize breath and movement to give strength, grace and freedom.

 

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  • Advanced Splits Flow Sequence01:15:35
    Advanced Splits Flow Sequence

    Sylvia Garcia

    A fiesty, dynamic yoga class suitable for very mobile, strong yogis which works on the splits(hamunasana). This class flows through vinyasas with the focus on rotation, balance, strength and length to split. Expect strong hip opening and plenty of hamstring stretches, as well as glute strengthening. We recommend you do the glute strengthening class alongside this one, as you need strength as well as flexibility to remain strong and healthy.You will need a strap and may need two cork bricks.



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  • Sun Salutation Tutorial03:59
    Sun Salutation Tutorial

    Sylvia Garcia

    This is a fantastic tutorial dedicated to Sun Salutations, which appear in varying forms throughout many different styles of yoga, especially Vinyasa Flow sequences. With specific focus on precision and alignment, Sylvia will guide you on how to perfect this pose which can be very useful for your future practice.



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  • Dynamic Vinyasa35:37
    Dynamic Vinyasa

    Sylvia Garcia

    Starting mindfully, opening up the body, the sides of the body and hips slowly and gently, this vinyasa yoga class quickens to some beautiful vinyasa variations with its peak pose of bound bird of paradise which is then rotated, to challenge most of us in flexibility, strength and balance. Although an advanced practice, improvers will enjoy the openings at the beginning of the practice and the challenge - just do the variation which suits your own body, practice safely out there! Thanks to Asquith for their gorgeous clothing.



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  • Vinyasa to inversion25:19
    Vinyasa to inversion

    Sylvia Garcia

    A fast-moving vinyasa designed to get you ready to handstand, mostly with core work, plenty of vinyasa, ideal to practice before one of our Handstand classes in the Handstand Challenge, or for your own handstand practice. Without a cool-down, you will need a twisting and backbending sequence as well as a savasana after this class. We think that adding a yin or restorative class onto the end instead of, or after your handstands is just perfect!



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