10 Minute Vinyasa Flow Yoga Sequence

Duration: 11:11

Stretch your muscles and calm your mind with this 10-minute Vinyasa flow yoga series. You don’t have to be an experienced yogi or even very flexible to do this yoga flow–it’s designed for people of all fitness levels as a great way to stretch and relax through a series of yoga poses and deep breathing. Since Vinyasa means “to flow,” you’ll find your body and mind flowing through these poses and tuning into what your body needs in each movement. Chris will guide you through this quick Vinyasa flow yoga series with positivity, helping you feel comfortable with your yoga practice no matter what experience you have. You can squeeze in this quick yoga routine in the morning, at night, or after a workout!

All you’ll need for this yoga series is a mat and a little bit of space. You’ll start on your back in bridge pose and then Chris will lead you through other poses like happy baby, child’s pose, downward facing dog, chaturanga, chair pose, cobra pose, and more. This 10-minute Vinyasa flow yoga series would be a great way to start or end your day, or you can use it as a cool-down after your workout. However you use this quick yoga series, your body and mind will benefit from sinking into each stretch.

There are so many benefits to daily yoga practice; you can stretch your muscles, relax your mind, and de-stress after a long day by getting into the flow. If you have back pain, hip pain, or other aches and pains, doing yoga regularly can help keep your body feeling nice and loose and open up any areas of tension you may be carrying. The poses in this series are designed to give you a whole-body stretch. If you’re looking for more yoga classes, try our yoga flowetry program or stress relief yoga!

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2 Responses to “10 Minute Vinyasa Flow Yoga Sequence”
  1. LISA
    LISA

    That was my first time doing this workout i loved it.i did the walk n tone before this so i needed a little more stretch..i will be doing this again and trying other yoga routines

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  2. Rose Chiu
    Rose Chiu

    This was great… not difficult, relaxed me, and I was able to stretch, all of which hopefully will help me with my back pain!

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