Sunrise Vinyasa


An eye opening, moderate vinyasa flow, starting slowly to start your day off peacefully.

Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement,” and Vinyasa yoga is a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. Vinyasa movements are smoothly flowing and almost dance-like, which explains why it is sometimes referred to as Vinyasa Flow or just Flow.

Vinyasa Flow began as Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga by a Yogi named Sri Tirumala Krishnamacharya. He was given a place to teach yoga and eventually taught a young boy named Parrabhi Jois his learnings on the power of breathing. Jois then established an institute for practicing the specific form of Vinyasa yoga.
Like all styles of yoga, Vinyasa has both mental and physical benefits. Physically, sweat expels toxins and re-energizes your body. Mentally, the synchronized breathing relaxes your mind and helps to release any blockage of energy flow throughout your body.
Absolutely! A Vinyasa class is both a great place to start and to continue challenging yourself. If you don’t love Vinyasa after your first class, try other teachers as one class can vary significantly from the next. If you like to focus on the power of breathing and flowing movement through poses, you will enjoy the Vinyasa style.
Expect to move and breathe smoothly from one pose to another. Your class will most likely include Sun Salutations. Vinyasa yoga is almost like a dance with synchronized breath and movements; the style and sequence will vary depending on the teacher, so try a few different intructors to find a flow that fulfills what you desire in your practice.


By following a few sensible quidelines, everyones experience will be enhanced. Thank you for your cooperation!
-Please turn off your mobile phone before entering the studio. This simple act will help ensure that P. S. Yoga Studios remains a place of tranquility,  free of distraction. We ask that phones be turned off, and not just silenced. Believe it or not, one person texting can be a source of distraction for  several students in close proximity.

– Please keep conversations to a minimum while in the studio area. Your peers will be greatly appreciative. P. S. Yoga Studios offers some respite   from an often over-stimulating world. By lowering our voices, we together can help create a peaceful environment for all.

– Please try to avoid wearing strongly-scented lotions or perfumes.

– Please try to arrive at least 10 minutes early to unroll your mat and settle in. – If arriving late, please wait to enter the studio area until after the
opening centering.

– Try not to eat up to two hours before your class, to avoid an upset stomach.

– Please Remove your shoes before entering the studio.