Transforming body and mind: An immersion in Vinyasa Krama Yoga

Vinyasa Krama Yoga is an ancient practice of physical and spiritual development that comes from the tradition of T. Krishnamacharya, known as the father of modern Yoga. Vinyasa Krama Yoga is a practice that adapts to the person, not the person to the practice.
Knowing that each person has particular characteristics on a physical, experiential and mental level, personalizing the practice will help you improve physically and mentally.


In this practice, the postures (asanas) are linked together in a fluid and continuous way, following a specific rhythm of breathing. Each movement is coordinated with an inhalation or exhalation, creating a constant flow of movement and energy. The sequence of poses is carefully designed to warm up and strengthen the body, increase flexibility and stamina, and promote concentration and mind-body connection.

Vinyasa Krama Yoga adapts to individual needs and abilities, allowing each practitioner to work at their own pace and skill level. It is considered a challenging yet accessible practice, as it offers modifications and variations in the poses to accommodate different levels of fitness and experience.

In addition to the physical benefits, such as improved strength, flexibility, and balance, the practice of Vinyasa Krama Yoga also seeks to calm and focus the mind, reduce stress, and encourage mindfulness. It focuses on the connection between breath and movement, which helps cultivate mindfulness and the present.


In short, Vinyasa Krama Yoga is a dynamic style of yoga that combines fluid movement, mindful breathing, and systematic sequencing of postures. It is a holistic practice that seeks to strengthen the body, calm the mind and promote the mind-body connection.



Private and personalized Vinyasa Krama Yoga classes in which we will create and work on a sequence of asanas (postures) specially designed for you based on your physical, emotional and mental objectives, based on your physical condition and your anatomy.
In each class we will work on the physical sequence of asanas, pranayama (breathing) exercises and meditations.

Some of the basic principles of Vinyasa Krama are:

  • Integration of the body, breath and mind, through Ujjayi breathing.
  • It works through dynamic and static movement.
  • Adaptation and modification of the postures, so that we can access the practice from our own initial situation.
  • With posture and counter posture, to restore the balance of the body and mind.
  • Search for the balance of the body, with symmetrical and asymmetrical postures.
  • A practice that accesses all parts of the body.
  • Develop harmony of body, mind and spirit, and harmonize relationships with others and with the cosmos.


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