There are four parameters in vinyasa krama: sthira (steadiness), suhka (comfort), prayatna (effort of life, which is breathing), and saithilya (smooth and long breathing). They are set out in these two yoga sutras: II-46 steadiness and comfort characterize the yogic posture (asana); and, II-47 by making the breath smooth (and long), and focusing the mind on the breath, the perfection of the posture is obtained. (Ramaswami pointed out that Krishnamacharya interpreted sutra II-47 as focusing the mind on the breath and not on the asana or posture, as some teachers might suggest.) Krama is the special and appropriate individual steps taken as the process of exploring and mastering, that is becoming established in each asana. These steps though related for each person are also completely unique for each individual and their development. In this workshop you will learn and experience a Vinyasa krama practice that is true to its tradition. Requirement: atleast 3 months of Yoga practice. Please bring your own mats.