vinyasa yoga classes

At triyoga, we offer more than 150 Vinyasa Flow yoga classes a week across London, including intensive and warm Vinyasa Flow. Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic practice and one of the most popular forms of yoga in the world. Vinyasa is a technique that synchronises breath with movement so in this class you will flow through a sequence of postures, which will differ teacher to teacher. Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced student, we have a class that’s right for you.

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What is Vinyasa Flow yoga?

Vinyasa, which in Sanskrit means to place with awareness, is also used to describe breath linked with movement. We use the technique in other styles of yoga, such as Ashtanga and Jivamukti, Generally, there is no set sequence of postures in a Vinyasa Flow class; the teacher creates the sequence sometimes around a theme that leads to a “peak” posture.

What can I expect in a Vinyasa Flow class?

There are lots of different ways that the teacher will interpret a Vinyasa Flow class. Some lead you through a slower, alignment-based class where you explore each posture in more depth. Other teachers will include more vigorous, dynamic, movement-based postures and sequences. In every case though, breath remains the central theme and it’s the anchor around which everything flows.

Vinyasa Flow classes can be challenging because they are often so dynamic, so choose the level that best suits you.

What are the benefits of Vinyasa Flow yoga?

These classes are great for general toning, strengthening, lengthening and aligning of the body. Because they’re dynamic, they also help develop cardiovascular fitness, stamina and endurance. Working with the breath creates balance, stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system, also known as the body’s “rest and restore” mode. But it’s not just a physical practice – classes use meditation and mindfulness techniques to aide concentration and improve general mental wellbeing.

Are Vinyasa Flow classes at triyoga suitable for beginners?

Yes. Complete beginners are welcome in our open level and level 1 classes. The teacher will give you modifications and variations to suit your body and your practice. However, this is a challenging class so expect to work hard and sweat.

What is Warm Vinyasa yoga?

Warm Vinyasa Flow is a Vinyasa Flow class that takes place in a room heated to 35 degrees by overhead far infrared panels. This type of heat is different from lots of other warm or hot classes because the panels heat the body rather than just the air.

How much do Vinyasa Flow yoga classes cost at triyoga?

You can attend all Vinyasa Flow yoga classes with any of our class pricing options. View all pricing options here. If you’re new to triyoga we recommend: 30 days of unlimited classes for £54

customer testimonials

“Amazing vinyasa class on Friday…one of the best teachers I’ve experienced.” Claire

“The yoga teacher who taught the vinyasa 1-2 class was honestly stunning! This was hands down the best yoga session I have ever had, and the only thing I’m upset about is that I don’t live in London, because I want to go to yoga at triyoga everyday!” Karolina

“LOVE the warm vinyasa flow classes…that’s the main reason I come.” Maria

“I like the fact that you offer plenty of vinyasa flow classes at suitable times, but what really gets me to come back is the quality of your teachers.” Xaviere

 

class levels

what do the class levels mean?

Classes are divided into styles of yoga, but also levels. Check with your teacher before moving up a level and always inform your teacher if you are pregnant or have any injuries.

open level

Open to all levels from beginners to more experienced. The teacher adapts the class according to the students.

level 1

Open to complete beginners, those in the initial stages of yoga practice or those seeking a gentler asana practice. You will learn the fundamentals of yoga.

level 1-2

Builds on the foundational blocks that are established in a Level 1 class. A working knowledge of yoga principles is expected.

level 2

Works on deeper physical and psychological level. Introduces more sophisticated practices that may include more challenging postures (inversions, deeper backbends) as well as pranayama, mudra and meditation. Not suitable for beginners.

level 2-3

Teaches more difficult postures and breathing techniques. Assumes an understanding of the gross as well as subtle aspects of practice.

level 3

A challenging class for the experienced student who possesses deep awareness on both a physical and mental level. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.