In Sanskritic, vinyasa breaks down to Nyasa, meaning “to place” and vi to “in a special way”. The practice allows for a personal journey through synchronized movement and breath as we come home on our mat. In order to bring attention to our practice, class begins by setting an intention. An intention, or sankalpa, is suggested by the instructor and encouraged to be interpreted to best suit ones own personal needs, either mental or physical. This short positive statement (sankalpa) can help guide you into a deeper practice and lead to your higher potential. In vinyasa we connect breath to movement and body to mind. Every class has a unique sequence.
Please arrive 10 minutes early to set up and prepare. Bring a towel and water.