Salute to the Sun Dynamic Sequence

Published on October 14, 2015 by Western Truth TV - WTTV

The most traditional of yoga dynamic sequences or vinyasa, Surya Namaskar “Salute to the Sun”, comprises 12 distinct asana performed in a flowing sequence which is repeated to balance the two sides of the body. The asana are performed mindfully with co-ordination of deep, slow rhythmical full yoga breathing. Traditionally the sequence is performed slowly, holding each posture for a deep breath before moving on to the next one. It is a moving meditation, as well as a complete mini-fitness regime which is recommended to be done with the rising of the sun to invigorate, strenghen and relax the mind and body, in preparation for facing the day ahead with confidence, strength and clarity.As with all yoga practices, beginners should start slowly and work without straining. Some of the asana within the sequence can be done with gentler variations (these are not shown in this video) for those who are less fit, who may have injuries or medical issues and for pregnancy. If any of these conditions apply to you, the advice of your expert yoga teacher and attendance at yoga classes is advised before attempting to practice on your own. Salute to the Sun should always be practised at an open window, or if weather and environment permits outside in the fresh air, on the beach on the grass or somewhere in nature to heighten the connection to nature’s energy, for envigoration of the mind and the body!Find out about my yoga classes by visiting my website at www.jennydavisyoga.comNameste,Jenny DavisMusic for Meditation by Eternity Ink Pub. “Letting Go” track from CD Sakash

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