Sequencing! For many yogsters it can make or break a yoga class. For teachers it can be a chance to add personal flare or create a real case of ajita. So how DO I transition from ardha chandrasana to parivrtta trikonasana? or what have you. There’s a multitude of styles out there, and more sprouting up every day. We’ve been noticing a trend of fancier combinations and ever cleverer transitions, sequences that riff on creativity, and some that hardly touch upon the most famous of sequential postures, the sun salutation.
There’s something to be said for each approach, but getting right down to the nuts and bolts of asana arranging, what works the best for you? Are you curious what others think about it? Us too! So we took an interwebs poll. YD pals on twitter and facebook responded with a wide array of preferences.
General consensus? Unpredictable, but thoughtful, structured and to the point. What do you think? Vote in the poll!
Many also responded that it depends on mood: some days you want the crazy complex, some a structured flow, and other days you just want to tune out the world and flow in a familiar groove. Sound familiar?