Hatha Vinyasa yoga is one of the most popular styles of yoga practiced in Western yoga studios today. A Vinyasa yoga practice connects individual poses or “asanas” with deep breaths or “pranayama” in a series of flowing sequences of movement.
Designed to progressively open the body, each sequence in a Vinyasa yoga class builds upon the previous, evolving into deeper, more advanced postures as the practice unfolds. Resetting “vinyasas,” are a standard series of poses that transition the yogi back to their home base pose: Downward Facing Dog. The entire practice culminates with a deep sense of mindfulness, self-connection and ease.
Typical components of a Vinyasa yoga class include a range of standing, seated and supine poses, twists, balancing postures, forward folds, inversions, back bends and targeted core strengthening. Some classes might offer guided meditation, chanting, or breathwork, and all classes end in a state of utter relaxation in Corpse Pose or “Savasana.”
Vinyasa yoga can be practiced at any level, tempo or temperature based on individual preferences. Yogis can expect to experience increased flexibility, strength, stability, and overall calmness and clarity.
DhyanaDubai Vinyasa Flow is for everybody. Each of our best-in-class teachers sets the unique tone, pace and theme for their class, so you never get the same flow twice. Our yoga teachers are exceptionally trained to lead safe, engaging, empowering classes for all levels of practice, and they do so with an unmatched uniqueness that grows from their personal yoga journey.
DhyanaDubai offers diverse and accommodating levels of Vinyasa Flow that meet you exactly where you are in your practice. If you’re new to yoga, we recommend a Vinyasa Flow Level 1-2 class, which slows down the flow to explain the poses and offers modifications that make the practice accessible for beginners.
Vinyasa Flow 2 classes are similar to Level 1-2 classes, with less detailed explanations of the poses. Designed for yogis who have practiced Vinyasa Yoga at least a few times, Vinyasa Flow 2 classes feature a few more intermediate postures and a faster overall pace.
Vinyasa Flow 2-3 classes are for intermediate to advanced practitioners looking to explore the depths of their practice with advanced balancing postures, backbends and inversions. Level 2-3 classes require endurance in both body and mind. We recommend taking at least one Vinyasa Flow 1-2 class before trying the level 2-3. Yogis new to YogaWorks who have had a consistent yoga practice in the Vinyasa style may feel more comfortable jumping right into the level 2-3.
All Levels Vinyasa Flow is an amazing way to experience the full spectrum of DhyanaDubai Vinyasa yoga in one all-encompassing class. All Levels Vinyasa Flow is a traditional Vinyasa yoga class that features numerous modifications to make the practice accessible for yogis of all levels.