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hatha & vinyasa

hatha yoga & it’s many variations

Hatha Yoga refers to the physical practice of yoga. It is the most well known forms of yoga in the West because it is mostly taught as a physical practice.

ALL forms/ styles of physical postural yoga practice falls under the heading of HATHA YOGA…some common styles which you may have heard of include Iyengar, Gita, Vinyasa Ashtanga, Satyananda, Bikram, and Anusara Yoga, of which Divine Grace Yoga is in alignment with.

vinyasa flow

Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic flowing sequence of postures and poses weaved together with the breath.

Some classes are a stronger dynamic practice of Vinyasa flow.  The practice embodies strength, flexibility, core stabilization, stamina, cardiovascular and mind focusing techniques all in one session whilst still being accessible to all levels of experience and abilities.  This flowing series heals and detoxifies the body and mind at their deepest levels creating transformation and dissolving blockages within.  From your very first practice you will experience shifts physically, muscularly, energetically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

“Nyasa” means to place and “Vi” means in a special way; hence Vinyasa is the art of sequencing postures “in a special way” for a desired outcome, objective or theme. The combination of asana with breath allows blood and lymph to circulate more freely through the body creating more supple muscles, stronger joints and more optimally functioning organs and glands.

Consolidating the sublime wisdoms of Tantra, Ayurveda, and Hatha Yoga with the principles of Vinyasa practice can become an alchemy – an intelligent dynamic that reveals our “hidden gold”.