Sadhana Vinyasa flow

Vinyasa Sanskrit (pron. vi-nyaah-sa) is a Sanskrit term often employed in relation to certain styles of yoga. The term vinyasa may be broken down into its Sanskritic roots to assist in decoding its meaning. Nyasa denotes "to place" and vi denotes "in a special way." Like many Sanskrit words, vinyasa is a term that has many meanings.
Sadhana Vinyasa Flow Yoga is the yoga of spiritual practice based on Ashtanga Vinyasa tra- dition. Each posture is linked and connected with an inhalation or exhalation of breath and a vinyasa sequence. Each pose typically is held between 5 to 10 breaths and is followed by a breath-connected vinyasa as a transition to the next pose. Move with breath and grace. This sequence is detailed later in this section.
There are four basic definitions of vinyasa:
1)The linking of body movement with breath.
2)A specific sequence of breath-synchronized movements used to transition between sustained postures.
3)Setting an intention for one's personal yoga practice and taking the necessary steps toward reaching that goal.
4) A type of yoga class.
Miracle Movements Vinyasa Yoga is a creative and dynamic form of yoga connected to your breath and energy or pranayama. You will flow, breathe and dance your way to a meditative physical workout.