Sun Salutations: A Yogi Guide

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The Sun Salutations are a key part of yoga asana practice and are often the first yoga sequence that students learn in their yoga classes. But did you know that there are several versions of Sun Salutation?

This sequence of poses will help you to feel energized and complete your yoga practice for the day, even if you only have a few minutes to spare.

We have put together this quick guide for you to help you better understand Sun Salutations. It includes a 101 and some extra tips.

Sun Salutations are a great way to start your day and yoga practice.

Sun Salutations are a great way to start the day with energy and purpose.

Sun Salutations with Kino MacGregor

Sun Salutations are a part of daily yoga practice and awaken purification in the inner body.

 How to Perfect Your Sun Salutation

After the breath movement is established, you can perform the rest of the complex sequences with ease and confidence.

 Ayurvedic Sun Salutations to Balance Your Doshas and Your Day

The Vata Salutation is a variation of the traditional Surya Namaskara A. This sun salutation is designed to anchor you to your body and bring you back to earth. Read More…

 Sun Salutation C Variations to Kick Negativity

The sun doesn’t shine all the time. Sometimes, life can be filled with obstacles that can cloud our day. It would be best if you acknowledged your feelings and then let them go.

 Lighten Up With Kapha Sun Salutations

The balancing mantra of kapha is warming, energetic, and stimulating. This salutation is meant to heat things and melt resistance, complacency, and congestion.

Beat the Heat with this Summer Sun Salutation (with Video)

This sun salutation for summer is designed to slow down the pace and reduce the intensity. This is a calmer and cooler version of the typical sun salutation. It’s meant to move your body and mind without tension.

Sun Salutation Yoga Flow

This is a nonstop flow that will take you through a few traditional sun salutations.

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