What is it: You’ll need to clear some floor space for this sequence – but it’s worth it for the entire body stretch, including thighs, hips, abs, chest, and throat.
Why we love it: A yoga sequence flows like a dance – though there are several postures here, each flows to the other seamlessly. It’s a great sequence to energize your class on a cold, gray day.
How to do it:
Some yogis say that sun salutations are nearly 2,500 years old. They are traditionally done to honor the light – or the sun – as the physical and spiritual heart of our world. But it’s also a great sequence to warm up tight muscles or bring energy to a sleepy classroom.
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