Friday evening Sessions - Vinyasa Krama 


Join me for a 75-minutes Vinyasa Krama sequence, based on ancient yoga teachings drawing from the Sri T Krischnanacharya lineage.

“Vinyasa” is derived from the Sanskrit term nyasa, which means “to place,” and the prefix vi which refers to “in a special way”. Sri T. Krishnamacharya also emphasized vinyasa as an artful approach to living, a way of applying the skill and awareness of yoga to all the rhythms and sequences of life, including self-care, relationships, work, and personal evolution. To build real change in a student’s capacity for action, Krishnamacharya utilized a method which he entitled vinyasa krama (krama means “stages”). This step-by-step process involves the knowledge of how one builds, in gradual stages, toward a “peak” within a practice session. This progression can include elements like using asanas of ever-increasing complexity and challenge or gradually building one’s breath capacity. In Vinyasa Krama, the body, breath and mind are integrated in the same time frame through a gentle and safe progression, ensuring intelligent alignments adapting to your own needs for an effective and harmonious practice.



I teach on Friday evenings, 6:00-7:15pm in this lovely studio at Tara Yoga Centre located in Shoreditch, London

Drop-in: £10

3 class pass: £24 (i.e. £8 per class)
6 class pass: £45 (i.e. £7.5 per class)



Tara Yoga Centre


25-31 Ironmonger Row, London, Islington, Old Street EC1V 3QW

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