Vinyasa, also called flow is one of the most popular styles of yoga.
In this class each movement is synchronized to the breath cued by an inhalation or an exhalation. The breath is an anchor as you move from one pose to the next. The term "vinyasa" also refers to a specific transitional sequence that is low plank (exhale), upward facing dog (inhale) to downward facing dog (exhale). The fluidity of the breath and movement create a vinyasa flow yoga class.
Mary Ann is dancer, teacher, performer and choreographer. Her love for movement sparked when she was a young girl and began Greek dance. The community feel, and fun foot work drew her to other movement forms such as ballet, modern, contemporary, and jazz. After a severe dance injury Mary Ann turned to yoga to heal and has been teaching ever since. She believes nothing heals the body, mind and spirit better than moving to life’s energy force, the breath. This is the reason she offers an equal amount of support and space to each student as they explore their inner self allowing form of either emotion or expression to come through on their mat, to process, heal, and grow.