Vinyasa is well known for synchronized breathing with movement. Vinyasa sequence practice is physically challenging as the practitioner moves from one pose to another while keeping the sequence fluid. This intensely builds heat in the body and produces sweat. It incorporates a lot of repetitive upper body movement, mainly from chaturanga, upward-facing dog to downward-facing dog. The breath-synchronized movements allow the mind to deeply focus which indirectly puts the body into a moving meditation if properly done. Yoga styles such as Ashtanga and power Yoga are considered as Vinyasa yoga. Except for Ashtanga style, all form of Vinyasa type of class has no fixed sequence. Vinyasa sequence is suitable for athletes, dancers, gym goers or anyone who wants to challenge themselves into another level of fitness routine.