Punto Yoga: Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class (In Person) Group Class

90 Minutes

Punto Yoga: Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class (In Person) Group Class
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Vinyasa Flow Yoga is a dynamic and fluid style of yoga that synchronizes breath with movement to create a continuous flow of postures. It is characterized by a smooth and seamless transition between poses, creating a dance-like sequence that is both energizing and meditative. Here are key aspects that define Vinyasa Flow Yoga:

  1. Breath-Centered Movement:
    • Vinyasa Flow places a strong emphasis on linking breath with movement. Each posture is accompanied by a specific breath, typically using Ujjayi breath, a deep and audible breath that helps create heat and internal focus.
  2. Continuous Flow:
    • Poses flow smoothly from one to another, with the movements coordinated with inhales and exhales. This constant motion helps build strength, flexibility, and balance.
  3. Creative Sequencing:
    • Vinyasa Flow classes often feature creative and varied sequences of poses. The sequencing may be inspired by traditional yoga asanas but allows for innovation and personal expression by the instructor.
  4. Varying Intensity Levels:
    • Classes can be adapted for different levels of practitioners, from beginners to advanced. The pace and complexity of the sequences may vary, allowing practitioners to choose the level of challenge that suits them.
  5. Core Engagement:
    • Many Vinyasa Flow poses engage the core muscles, promoting strength and stability throughout the practice. Core work is often integrated seamlessly into the flow of postures.
  6. Balancing Poses:
    • The practice includes a mix of standing, seated, and balancing poses. These poses enhance overall body awareness, improve concentration, and cultivate a sense of mindfulness.
  7. Mindful Transitions:
    • Mindfulness is encouraged during transitions between poses. Practitioners are invited to stay present, connecting the mind with the breath and the body throughout the entire practice.
  8. Adaptability:
    • Vinyasa Flow is adaptable and allows for modifications to accommodate different body types, injuries, or levels of experience. Teachers may offer variations of poses to suit individual needs.
  9. Benefits:
    • Regular practice of Vinyasa Flow Yoga can lead to increased flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular fitness. It also promotes mental clarity, stress reduction, and a heightened sense of well-being.
  10. Incorporation of Music:
    • Some Vinyasa Flow classes incorporate music to enhance the overall experience and rhythm of the practice. The choice of music can vary, ranging from calming tunes to more upbeat and energetic tracks.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga offers a dynamic and expressive approach to yoga, encouraging practitioners to explore movement, breath, and mindfulness in a harmonious and uplifting way.

Ashtanga Teachers

Ana Paula Preciado

Vinyasa Flow Master

Ana Paula Preciado, a dedicated practitioner and master of Vinyasa Flow, has cultivated a diverse and enriching journey in the realm of yoga. Her commitment to the practice is evident through various certifications and immersive experiences:

  • In 2018, Ana Paula embarked on the traditional Mysore Ashtanga Vinyasa Program, laying the foundation for her expertise. Subsequently, she delved deeper into the Mysore Level 2 Puntoyoga Program under the guidance of Angie Saiffe, a journey that significantly contributed to her teaching prowess. For the past two years, Ana Paula has shared her passion for Ashtanga as a teacher at Yoga Point.
  • Complementing her practice, Ana Paula pursued the 50-hour Certification in Yin Yoga in 2019 under the tutelage of Ana Paula Hernandez. Expanding her horizon, she underwent the Teacher Training 200 hrs in Vinyasa Yoga in 2021, led by Fernando Bravo G and Ana Sofía Vergara.
  • Ana Paula's journey in Ashtanga Yoga has been enriched by exposure to renowned masters. Under the mentorship of Angie Saiffe since 2017, she furthered her practice with Matías Guerra (2019), Arné Espejel (2019), and Mauricio Victorica (2019 and 2021), all authorized at level 2 by SYC. In 2020 and 2022, she had the privilege of learning from Michael Gannon, a seasoned teacher with 30 years of experience.
  • As a dedicated Ashtanga practitioner for five years, Ana Paula expanded her horizons in November and December 2022 by embarking on her first transformative trip to Mysore, India. Under the guidance of Sharath Jois, she immersed herself in the roots of Ashtanga, further deepening her understanding of this ancient practice.

Ana Paula Preciado's multifaceted journey reflects her dedication to continuous learning and sharing the transformative power of yoga with her students. As a Vinyasa Flow Master, she brings a wealth of experience and a holistic approach to her teachings.


Master of Vinyasa Flow

With 11 years of dedicated practice, April Song stands as a seasoned Master of Vinyasa Flow, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to the realm of yoga.

April's journey in yoga education began with her first certification in Vinyasa Chakra, marking the initiation of her commitment to the practice. Over the years, she has expanded her expertise through various certifications, including yoga certification and somatic movement, Yin Yoga, and therapeutic yoga. Currently, April is furthering her understanding through the Awearness TT300h program in Vinyasa Yoga.

As a versatile instructor, April extends her offerings beyond physical postures. She conducts meditation classes and workshops, providing a holistic experience for her students. Her teaching style is characterized by dynamism, creativity, and a gentle approach to the body, always mindful of addressing energy dynamics within the yoga practice.

April Song's classes are a harmonious blend of mindful movement and energetic awareness, creating a space where students can explore, rejuvenate, and deepen their connection to the transformative power of Vinyasa Flow. Her commitment to continuous learning and holistic well-being reflects in her dynamic and compassionate teaching style.

Paloma Olivares

Master of Vinyasa Flow

Paloma Olivares, a dedicated practitioner and Master of Vinyasa Flow, brings a unique blend of academic expertise and extensive yoga training to her teaching journey. A graduate in Psychology from Iteso, Paloma holds a specialization in transpersonal psychology and serves as a floral therapist in her free time, offering holistic therapy.

With a decade of personal yoga practice and eight years of teaching experience, Paloma's commitment to yoga is profound. Her journey began in Rishikesh, India, where she earned her initial certification with a 200-hour training in Hatha yoga. This marked the beginning of a transformative educational path that includes additional 200-hour certifications in Vinyasa yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Yoga for Children and Family, Yin Yoga, and the Mysore Yoga Stitch program.

Paloma's dedication to learning and personal development is evident, and she considers herself a perpetual student on the yogic path. Her teaching philosophy revolves around creating a meditative space where breath seamlessly intertwines with movement. By emphasizing this connection, Paloma guides her students toward achieving a heightened state of meditation, fostering both physical and mental well-being.

Paloma Olivares' classes are a reflection of her continuous quest for knowledge, her nurturing approach to holistic therapy, and her commitment to providing students with a transformative and meditative yoga experience.




About The Host
R52 Yoga Host

R52 Yoga Host

Punto Yoga was founded in 2007 in Guadalajara, and the studio is located in the heart of Providencia. We consider ourselves a specialized studio in traditional Ashtanga Mysore style. Every morning is dedicated to Ashtanga practice, and in the evenings, we offer a variety of disciplines from different yoga methods to meet the diverse needs of practitioners in the area.

Years of experience support us, and we take pride in the fact that many of our teachers and attendees have been trained in Ashtanga here at our studio. This, in essence, ensures that our teaching is consistent and well-directed toward the correct method.

We also emphasize that we have a very specific teaching style aligned with the tradition of Ashtanga as taught in India, the birthplace where this method was systematized. Considering ourselves pioneers of this practice in the city is a blessing, and it is a great responsibility and commitment on our part to continue instilling the path of yoga, which brings numerous benefits to our physical and biological bodies, minds, moods, and spirits.

We have a strong community that supports us, and individuals with or without experience are welcome. We hope to see you at the studio!



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