Vinyasa Krama isn't as Jumpbackcentric as Ashtanga, they don't tend to come up between every posture but they do appear at the beginning or end of some sequences/subroutines as a lead in or lead out.
There are a few of the ones below ( 130, 133, 134, 135 and 139 ) added, seemingly almost as an afterthought, towards the end of Ramaswami's book. He writes,
'Lifting one's body and jumping while supporting oneself on one's hands form a set of sequences quite popular these days' p230
I've thrown in a couple of extras, I'm still a fan. I like how they transition through Urdhva Mukha svanasana (upward facing dog) giving you a backbend counter pose after all the forward bends, I tend to do mine after ever subroutine.
129 Vinyasa Krama jump back
136 Full lotus jump back