Similar to Vinyasa Yoga, Progressive Yoga Flow is a yoga practice wherein movements, led by the breath, flow into each other in a sequence. Enter one asana with an inhale and release the pose with an exhale, breathing allows you to sink and feel each movement. The only difference is that Progressive Flow is ideal for yoga practitioners who know their basics and would like to take their practice to a deeper level.
3 Reasons Why Progressive Flow Yoga Is The Best Practice
Everyone is Welcome
Relieves tension and tightness
Creativity and Inclusivity
What is special about Progressive Flow Yoga?
Progressive Flow Yoga focuses on a dynamic vinyasa sequence, exploring a wider range of flexibility and practising poses that require more strength. It is a great place for beginners who may be intimidated by more advanced yoga but would like to explore a more creative and daring sequence of poses.
Can Progressive Flow Yoga improve my balance?
Yes. Balance depends on the core strength. Most poses utilize or target the core and in practising balancing poses, yoga practitioners can develop more stability in their movement that allowing them to do more advanced asanas.
How often should I do Progressive Flow Yoga?
Yoga is best done at your own pace. You can do it as frequently as every day to only a few times a week. It is important to keep a regular practice to truly reap the benefits of yoga and make progress in your journey.