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Many have been asking when the next newsletter is coming out. The wait is over and here it is.
This is my third newsletter. I have reposted the first two on my blog, Go Fit Girl! You can read the first here and the second here.
Wow, first day of June. I have some exciting things coming up this month.
Upcoming June yoga class themes:
- Focusing on the pelvis from Wednesday, June 1-Monday, June 6. A neutral pelvis keeps the low back healthy. Many suffer from pelvic floor disorders, which can cause a lot of issues in the body.
- Low back is the theme running from Wednesday, June 8-Monday, June 13. In the U.S. lower … Continue reading
Today is the Summer Solstice. June 21. The first day of summer.
Many yoga practitioners celebrate by practicing Surya Namaskar, Sun Salutes.
The tradition is to practice 108. There are many things I found giving significance to the number 108, from it being a sacred number in yoga and Hinduism to mathematical to many other things I read.
This coming week I will be teaching (and practicing in my home practice) a few versions of sun salutes to celebrate the Summer Solstice. (My students don’t need to worry, we won’t be practicing 108.)
According to one of my yoga teachers, Richard Rosen, when practicing Sun Salutes “you are saluting the outside sun for providing life to the planet, and you internal sun for providing consciousness.” (This quote came from Good Sunshine Day linked below.)
I’ve written about Sun Salutes before when I was in my teacher training.
The sun is the bestower of life. The Sun Salute is is a circular Vinyasa flow. Sun Salutes are about flow, methodical thinking, building and deliberate Vinyasa sequence.
I got some ideas for my sequence this week from an article in Yoga Journal titled Good Sunshine Day.
Today is also the first … Continue reading