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All these Sun Salutations were filmed in the west side of Maui. The original clips were shot with 2 cameras and used for the second series sequence of Sun Salutations but I wanted to bring you the sun shot.
Most of these clips are shot into the sun making it hard to see what is going on.
The narration is also left out so that you can appreciate the artistic scenery and calmness these yoga videos bring. It is a wonderful gift to be able to freely sequence in the sun and it is my pleasure to share this gift with you..
Yoga is an art and these videos bring you a grain of sand in the art of sequencing…
Love and blessings
Description: Warrior 2 Low Flow
This sun salutation has a blend of backbends before holding Cobra pose for an extended period of time. The standing flow moves through Warrior 2 pose and then a straight leg forward bend before returning to standing.
Sun Salutation Instructions
1. Exhale in the mountain pose. Tadasana
2. Inhale stretch up.
3. Exhale down into a forward bend. Uttanasana
4. Inhale and step one leg back. Lunge Pose
5. Exhale back into Downward Dog pose. Adho Mukha Svanasana
6. Inhale forward to the push up position. Adho Mukha Dandasana
Exhale down to Eight Limbs Pose. Astangasana or Chaturanga Dandasana
8. Inhale into Cobra Pose. Bhujangasana
9. Exhale lower the chest and raise the legs into Locust pose. Salabhasana
Inhale into Cobra Pose deeper and this time looking up.
11. Exhale back into Downward Dog pose.
Inhale step the left leg forward and raise up into Warrior 2 pose.
Exhale forward into a one leg standing forward bend. Parsvottanasana (Variation)
Inhale forward into a Lunge Pose.
Exhale into a standing forward bend. Uttanasana
Inhale into the Chair pose. Utkatasana
Exhale into the mountain pose. Tadasana
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Vinyasa Yoga Suggestions
This sequence should be performed on the other side in the same order.
Warrior 2 can be held. Try doing the flow many times then stopping and holding when your body is ready.
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