By Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500
Vinyasa is a popular form of Yoga that, in the West, is characterized by movement – both while in an asana and when moving between two asanas. The breath initiates all movement in a Vinyasa Yoga class, resulting in a beautiful slow flow. Here are seven things that teachers of Vinyasa Yoga must know:
1. The Primacy of the Breath. In a Vinyasa class, the breath helps the student move and focus on what is happening within. Without the emphasis on the breath, the practice becomes simply an aerobics class. To be more enlightened about Seven Things a Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Knows visit www.aurawellnesscenter.com.