When considering the Viniyoga of Pratikriyāsana
within a student’s personal practice,
it may help to look at the integration of
their intended role from three perspectives.
– Firstly their intended role as a counterposture,
thus more from a physiological perspective.
– Secondly their intended role as a compensation,
thus more from a psychological perspective.
– Thirdly their intended role as a transition,
thus more from a sequential perspective.
Appropriate integration of these three
principles constitute an essential component in
the Vinyāsa Krama utilised within practice planning.
Link to Series: 108 Postural Practice Pointers
Āsana and Mudrā Glossary
– Grouped into Standing, Kneeling,
Lying, Inverted, Backbend, Seated & Sitting