Core Flow Vinyasa Yoga: Intermediate

Core Flow Vinyasa Yoga builds stability and uses transitions between yoga poses to breathe, one posture transforming into another. Learn intermediate core flow vinyasa yoga from an instructor in this free yoga video series.

Series Summary

The word "yoga" comes from the Sanskrit root “yuj” meaning "to bind, or join." Yoga is centrally the practice of union, whether you are joining the mind to the body, the human to the divine, or the individual to the infinite. The various styles of yoga that have made it to the West all share a common core: positioning the body into a particular posture while focusing mind and breath leads to physical and spiritual well-being. These arts of positioning the body have been passed on for thousands of years, and encompass one of the oldest cultural traditions known to exist. To practice yoga, then, is also to join with the ancient sages, drawing human history up into yourself and connecting with the past. In this free core flow vinyasa yoga video, traditional yoga instructor Ruth Anne Lundeberg teaches you a sequence to engage the core muscles. Ruth Anne gives you a routine starting in downward facing dog and moving through uttanasana, backward bends, kneeling lunges, side angle poses, and also incorporating plank, four limb stick, and cobra poses. You will feel the muscles and sit bones of the pelvis engaged as the spine and body elongate.

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