Courtney takes you through her favored way of practicing sun salutations. She starts off slow to stretch the muscles of the body, then she moves into a more vigorous sun salutation practice that builds strength and heat in the body, preparing it for further asana work.
Poses: Surya Namaskar | including Sun Salutation A & Sivananda Sun Salutation
Tadasana | Mountain Pose, Urdhva Hastasana | Standing Backbend, Uttanasana | Standing Forward Fold, Ashva Sanchalanasana | Low Lunge, Plank, Astavakrasana | Eight-point Pose, Bhujangasana | Cobra, Adho Mukha Svanasana | Down Dog, Chaturanga, Urdhva Mukha Svanasana | Up Dog
Sanskrit name: Surya Namaskar
For more on different styles of sun salutations, see my article The Sun Salutation.
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Disclaimer: As always, be conscious of your body and how it is feeling today, in this moment. If you feel any pain, discomfort, or dizziness, you should stop practice immediately, and seek medical advice as appropriate. Never apply force to move into a position that is unsafe for your body. By utilizing this website, you agree to all Terms & Conditions including the Health & Safety Disclaimer.