Trying to decide if it's 'full vinyasa' though ( and what 'full vinyasa' actually means.
In Yoga Mala there seems to be a coming back to standing after each variation of an asana. So in Yoga Mala, and I think this is how Lino Miele presents it in his book and Video 9would have to double check), you come back to standing after janu a and after Janu b and after janu C. in John Scott's app and video he starts from standing does, Janu A, B and C with half vinyasas in between and then goes back to standing. In a sense John is still starting and ending each asana from standing it's just the sides and the variations of an asana when they're present that get the half vinyasa (but even then, with the variations the full count is implied.
How important is the Vinyasa count, is knowing the count. Do only teachers need to know it or should anyone who practices Ashtanga vinyasa study it, is it enough to know, as the Mysore boys supposedly did, that odd numbers indicated inhalation, even numbers, exhalation.
Krishnamacharya dropped it but never dropped the focus on the appropriate stage of the breath for each movement in and out of an asana. Going up, inhaling, going down, exhaling (roughly).
Here's a look at the Quiz
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