Below yoga sequence should be used as a guide by yoga teachers to create their own yoga class plans
Intermediate Yoga Sequence: Standing Yoga Sequence at Intermediate Level
At a beginner’s level, the repeated practice of standing yoga poses builds confidence. The very same standing yoga poses, when done for a longer duration with proper alignment, breathing and awareness, can be considered the intermediate level. Progressively, taking the practice forward with challenging yoga poses that require flexibility, balance, endurance, and focus, is categorised as the advanced level. Of course, what constitutes the advanced level for one may not be the same for another; this applies to the other levels too
The given yoga sequence covers beginner level standing yoga poses for warming up and building endurance. As you progress through the sequence, confidence increases with the stretches, along with balance and awareness by encouraging the holding of the yoga poses for longer. This, take you to the intermediate level. The most important part of the yoga sequence is the yoga pose Dancing Warrior Pose (Dancing Virabhadrasana). This pose should be help for two minutes or 12 breaths. Thus, a simple standing yoga pose, when held for a longer duration, changes the level of practice. Moving steadily with the flow and the practice, the level of any yoga pose can be changed. Being creative can teach you to understand your body better. It ends with pranayama, since it is a good way to cool down and prepare the body for the next session.
Note: Mastering standing yoga poses is a great way to grow in your yoga practice.
Intermediate Yoga Sequence: Standing Yoga Sequence at Intermediate Level.: Yoga Poses, Cues, Steps, and Breathing instructions
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