Just the key/essential daily vinyasas. Below is a highly edited version of that taken from the full sequence which can be found here (pre course). Just bought a secondhand HD camera which should arrive tomorrow, I want to record all the subroutines (see list bottom of blog), as I remember them from the course.
Dropbacks x 5
Triangle Element p.147
Usual key vinyasas I tend to do Uttita trikonasana, Parivritta Trikonasana, Uttita Parsva konasana and Prasarita Padottanasana daily occasionally adding something different
On one leg element p87
Uttita Padangustasana subroutine, *Natajarasana
Asymmetric Element p.35
This morning it was Tiryang mukkha ekapadasana subroutine inc. the hybrid Marichi version, *Hanumanasana, *Eka pada raja kapotasana. Mahamudra *Eka pada sirsasana subroutine
Seated element p.71
10 min Paschimottanasana, Upavishta konasana subroutine, Kukkutasana, *Dwi pada sirsasana Supta Kurmasana, *Yoga nidra
Shoulderstand prep p.122
Apanasana (pelvic lift)
U- formation (arms and legs raised while supine)
Dwipadpitam (Desk pose)
Shoulderstand 5mins p.123
Dropping back into uttana mayurasana as a counterpose
Headstand 10 minsp.161
inc. some lotus variations
Shoulderstand 5 mins p.123
inc. some leg to flour infrount and behind vinyasas.
feet together UD as counterpose
Lotus element p.189
didn't write these down and I kind of forget but yoga mudra etc
Mantra meditation 15 min
Came out at about 2 1/2 hours
* I've put a star against some of the more challenging postures, if they are a bit much you could leave them out or slip in something else, possibly a couple of the postures in the book leading up to them.
Asana 15 min
Sury namaskaras with handstands, Arm balances etc
Nadi Shodana with pranayama mantra
Pratyahara 3 min
Meditation 30 min
I should point out that today was my day off. Depending on what time I manage to get up and how much faffing about I do in the morning, practice might be half hour less. To make the practice above shorter just drop some of the postures from the different sections (some of the more challenging postures perhaps) or do less repeats (we tend to repeat a posture two or more times in Vinyasa karma staying for a number of breaths on the second or third entry). Ramaswami would encourage you to maintain a long stay in paschimottanasana, shoulderstand and headstand and adapt the rest of the practice around those postures.