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75 Hours Vinyasa Krama and Ashtanga

Bucharest, September 06 onwards

3 weekend format course.


Vinyasa refers to practicing a sequence of asanas that synchronizes breath and body movements. Each action in the vinyasa krama sequence is linked to inhalation or exhalation, and each asana becomes a step within the flow. The yogi learns to listen to his/her body and when it is ready to advance to a more challenging asana.


Rather than performing each asana as an independent pose disconnected from the whole, vinyasa krama mimics the flowing energy of the universe. The mind, body, and breath are unified into a state of harmony. Vinyasa krama also uses variations of each asana to open the potential of the mind and body. Ashtanga Vinyasa also follows this principle. 


The 20th-century yoga master known as the father of modern yoga, Tirumalai Krishnamacharya, is credited with developing vinyasa krama as an approach to yoga practice. He saw it as key to the transforming process of yoga and not only applied it to asana practice but to all aspects of yoga.


Vinyasa krama helps the yogi prepare his/her body for the more advanced asana by starting with basic poses then building on those with progressively more challenging asanas.


The term comes from the Sanskrit, vi, meaning “order,” Nyasa, meaning “placement," and karma, meaning “succession.”


This 75 hour is dedicated to teaching to Vinyasa krama sequencing techniques and to build your body and mind for advance asanas and breathing methods. 


Dates of the course:


September 20, 21, 22

October 18, 19, 20

November 22, 23, 24


Price for level 1. 


790 Eur (Early bird August 10)

950 Eur (after August 10)


15% off for all teachers having Bindusar Yoga 200 hours YA certificate.



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