what is vinyasa yoga?
Vinyasa yoga started in the early 20th century first as Ashtanga yoga, created by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in India. Vinyasa Yoga came out from Hatha Yoga, and the postures flow with the breath(inhale and exhale) in this type of yoga. Vinyasa Yoga is that form of yoga that helps you tone up your muscle and lose weight. When Vinyasa Yoga is done at a fast pace, then it known as Power Yoga.

Quick fact - Vinyasa Yoga is the most popular style of yoga in the United States and all over the world.     Apply Now

Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh

In Vinyasa Yoga style is one of the most advanced and intensive form of yoga. It focuses on breathing and endurance within more diligent movement sequences. It's like doing yoga poses with your breath and a dance flow. Vinyasa Yoga is all about the deep inhale and exhale of your breath as you move from one posture to the other. This form of yoga offers a variety range of health benefits to the practicioner to control over there mind, body and spirit. In Vinyasa yoga people move from child’s pose to death pose (savasana). Vinyasa fills in as the representation for our own particular life, as we move starting with one circumstance then onto the next.

This could take the state of: Chataranga Pose, into Upward Facing Dog Pose, into Downward Facing Dog posture.

Benefits of doing Vinyasa Yoga -
  • Decrease Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
  • Increase Energy
  • Cardiovascular Conditioning
  • Burn Calories faster
  • Inculcates Proper Breathing

Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Certification Course in Rishikesh


Vinyasa Yoga interfaces one stance to the following utilizing the breath. This can be thought of as connecting or streaming into stances which is here and there why it's called "Stream Yoga". The inverse of this would be an arrangement based class where understudies connect with a stance, investigate it for a timeframe and after that "break the stance" by turning out. An extensive level of adaptability and quality is required with a specific end goal to begin playing out the most troublesome stances. In this way, a great dosage of persistence is vital to ace Vinyasa, since new experts may need to take it moderate and put in a year or two with not all that thorough classes, so as to develop the establishment of adaptability and quality essential for cutting edge sessions.

Vinyasa Flow (Postures)


  • On your feet Yogasanas
  • Seated Vinyasa Sequences
  • Seated posterior stretch sequences
  • On one leg yogasanas
  • The supine sequence
  • The bow pose sequence
  • The triangle pose sequence
  • The inverted posture sequence
  • Meditative pose sequence
  • Viseha Vinyasa karma

Pre-Requisites

All body types and physical abilities accepted.
Willingness to participate in group study.
Ability to give and receive feedback skillfully.
Read, speak, and comprehend English because right now our yoga classes are in English only.
Dedication towards the yoga.

Upcoming vinyasa yoga teacher training intensive course in Rishikesh -



  • 2nd of July to 29th of July 2018
  • 2nd of August to 29th of August 2018
  • 2nd of September to 29th of September 2018
  • 2nd of October to 29th of October 2018
  • 2nd of November to 29th of November 2018
  • 2nd of December to 29th of December 2018