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Vinyasa Flow Yoga Course

Fact Sheet


120 hours


Vinyasa Flow


Advanced Yoga Teacher


Yoga Center Madrid




Sat. Jan. 25, '20 at 08:30 AM


January25 - 26
February15 - 16 | 28 - 29
March1 | 28 - 29
April24 -25 - 26
May30 - 31
June27 - 28

Time table

  • 2 Fridays: 17:30 a 20:30
  • Saturday: 08:30 a 18:30
  • Sunday: 08:30 a 14:30

Who is course for?

This course is designed for those students who have already completed the Training Courses for a minimum of 200 hours.

This course consists of 120 classroom hours.

Vinyasa Flow

The style of Vinyasa Flow is characterised by its smooth flow in the execution of the postures. All the postures that are connected through the rhythmic breathing. As the student progresses, asana sequences also advance with the increasing resistance, flexibility and coordination.


Deep breathing in this style is done by creating a relaxing effect on the body and mind. Breathing is one of the main protagonists of this style since it is responsible for giving you the rhythm and fluidity that this style requires.


"Thanks for everything from all of you. You are marvellous teachers. Thanks for teaching me so much and so well."

Ivana Cobo/ July 2019


The course consists of:

  • 45 hours of Technical Training.
    • Development of Sequences.
  • 50 hours of Methodology and Teaching.
    • Application of the Method in Classes.
  • 15 hours of Dynamics and Body Functioning.
    • Experience Suksma, the subtle elements of the body and mind.
  • 10 hours of Meditation and Creative Visualization.


The contact hours that make up this curriculum are distributed between different training areas:

  • Chaining postures: Vinyasa flow is characterized by chaining postures to move from one to another giving variety to the class, a wide range of postures collected from different yoga styles is used. These positions are performed fluently, always using the breath as the great ally that connects one posture to the other. It is commonly known as yoga flow.

    The wide variety of postures in Vinyasa Flow, means that in most cases, there are usually no two classes that are the same. The opposite would be "fixed forms" of practice, such as Ashtanga, from where Vinyasa Flow arises, which has sequences that are repeated, depending on the series that is practiced.

    We can observe that in the practice of postures and styles in general there are some differences that we find in the classes.

  • Variable nature: The variable nature of Vinyasa Yoga Flow is of great help to develop a balanced and healthy body, these being one of the main characteristics of the practice of Yoga postures in general.

    As a philosophy, Vinyasa recognizes the temporal nature of things. When you enter a posture, you stay for a while, breathing, then moving on to the next. Vinyasa, or Vinyasa-Krama, dates back to the Vedic age - the earliest period of yoga - where it referred to a series or sequence of steps to do something sacred.

  • Vinyasa Flow Yoga Features: Vinyasa Flow connects one posture to the next using breathing. This helps us unite or flow between postures, which is why it is called "Flow Yoga".

    "Transitions" are what unite one position to another in Vinyasa Flow. They are the intermediate part of the practice and, these are considered as positions in themselves. To move in a more graceful and connected way in transitions, it is also important to allow yourself to be in them for as long as we sometimes keep in asanas.

  • Synonym of movement: Vinyasa is synonymous with movement. Moving in and out of the postures is the obvious movement, but even in the stillness Vinyasa is represented by the heartbeat, inhaling and exhaling.

    Move with your breath. The breath starts the Vinyasa movement and that is why it is called "synchronized breathing". Ujayi is the breathing technique used. It is done by inhaling and exhaling in a rhythmic way through the nose. The general feeling is of relaxation.

    The practice of Vinyasa generates heat and can add a cardiovascular component that is not always present in other forms of asana practice.


Esther Armero

Esther Armero

Esther directs the Vinyasa flow postgraduate and is co-director in the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga training course. Teacher of; Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, and Vinyasa Flow, her specialty in these styles means that in the training courses of Ashtanga Vinyasa or Vinyasa flow, participants enjoy the commitment to the practice and the delicacy that each of them stimulates and awakens in the practitioner.

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Nerea Esbrit

Nerea Esbrit

Teacher of Hatha yoga and Vinyasa Flow in the Teacher Training Courses. I can say that I have been improving and acquiring new experiences and knowledge, which enrich me in this way and I discovered what I enjoyed sharing, learning, with the students, those moments of practice, in classes with them. "It is a pleasure for me to have that opportunity to share yoga" Namaste".

I am very proud to be part of the Yoga Center Madrid training team

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Maria Freire

Maria Freire

I practice hatha yoga since 2004, it helps me to find peace of mind, emotional balance and health. I have been trained as an Instructor and Teacher of Hatha Yoga with AIPYS, I have finished my training in Ashtanga Vinyasa and in Vinyasa Flow.

As a teacher for the training courses, it is a real pleasure an honor and a great opportunity to share yoga with the students. Om Shanti.

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To Register for the Course

For the 120 hour Vinyasa Course it is necessary to arrange a personal interview by calling 91 575 19 13. Ask for Mabel, who will inform you of your course requirements.

Modes of Payment

The modes of payments are:

- Cash

- Postal Money Order

(Please indicate clearly your full name and the course that you are taking.)

- Bank Transfer to:

YOGA CENTER, S.L. / Account number: ES 06 2100 1417 16 02 00283014

(On the bank transfer you must indicate your full name and the course that you are taking. You are expected to assume the bank transfer fees.)

General Conditions

Please consult the course's general conditions.


The course diplomas are delivered by A.I.P.Y.S.

Other Organisations

The course graduates can register with the US & UK Yoga Alliances.


This information is purely informative. We reserve the right to modify any of our programs, schedules or other content without prior notice.

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