Hi! I am a Vinyasa yoga teacher (certified in Vinyasa and Hatha), and I highly recommend trying some Hatha yoga classes. Vinyasa is a form of Hatha yoga, but Hatha classes focus more on alignment and isometric movements in the postures, and less on movement/flow - which equates to fewer chaturangas (or sometimes none!). The same postures and foundations apply, but it is a very different feeling during the class, as you tend to move into poses without the flow (with the exception of Sun salutations). I love both types of yoga, and choose my practice for the day based on how I am feeling.
The other great option is to totally skip chaturangas in your Vinyasa practice! There is no rule that you must do these - the teacher is a guide, and ultimately it is your practice. As an alternative to chaturanga, you can do knees, chest, chin, or skip the vinyasa and go straight to down dog - or even just take a child’s pose. One of my favorite teachers once told me this quote (I forget who said it originally) - “There are no illegal poses in yoga.”