Welcome to a new Yoga With Claire segment.

A few weeks ago I guided you through two of the most popular Vinyasa Sequences: Surya Namaskar A + B (aka Sun Salutations). Catch-up HERE if you missed these sequences.

Now, when I teach these in both beginners AND general classes I often break down the postures within this flow sequence as it is practiced over and over and over – and that’s just in one class. You might practice a more flowy style of yoga and therefore you’ll find this repeated at a quicker pace. Other more static styles will still include vinyasa but it’ll be slower and focused.

Either way, it’s important to learn how to do this vinyasa properly – for your safety and to build up strength and flexibility correctly. My biggest pet hate is watching students crunch and throw themselves through the practice – I am stickler for alignment!

The poses covered in this video:

  • Adho Mukka Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog)
  • High plank
  • Chaturanga Dandasana (staff pose/low push-up)
  • Bhujangasana (cobra)
  • Urdhva Mukka Svanasana (Upward Facing Dog)
  • Variations of the above

Now, before I go on I do have to say that it’s important to be honest about where you are at with yoga. If you are still a beginner be careful to not push too far and stay with the variations I provide.

Without further adieu let’s get going. This sequence will definitely generate some lovely heat within the body and make you feel alive!

Click PLAY to watch.

Don’t forget, once you’ve gone through the sequence let me know your feedback – did you enjoy, did you learn something new? Which asana (pose) did you find the most challenging?




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