As the fourth of the five elements, air is the element that moves all things.
Unique to the other elements, air is not visible. But what is visible is its impact on that which is moved by it: the trees, our bodies, and everything in the material world.
In this sequence, there is a focus on moving through space and watching through personal observation (svadhyaya) how we can tap into the movement of the body and the breath, in both still and active poses, while at the same time staying deeply rooted (earth), fluid (water), and upward rising (fire).
This sequence, whether practiced independently of the other four elements or in conjunction with them, is a powerful way to harness the power of air.