I asked Bri if the postures were removed from the vinyasa, wouldn’t it stop the mind from traveling ahead, or rather, wouldn’t it stop the mind from abiding in a fixed position. She said of course that would be the goal: to keep in flow. I then asked if she had ever excluded the perfection of individual postures and experimented particularly with the flow in between. She said that she would need to think about it because what would yoga be without asana Bri commented that breathing guides the way between poses. She further stated that movement happens by concentrating on the breathing. I asked her if structural alignment held importance during the movement between asana. She said she would assume so but none of her teachers specifically taught her such.