Surya Namaskar: Sun Salutations

Success with Sun Salutation, as with all aspects of yoga practice, depends on commitment and regularity. Of course, a full yoga practice everyday would be best, but might be a more long term goal. Just starting somewhere is most important.

Sun Salutations are best done early morning on an empty stomach. If possible, don't skip more than a couple of days in a row so that you maintain great momentum.

For the next week, start your day with 3 rounds of Sun Salutations. To see how it effects your day, take extra care to note how you feel on the days you do and don’t get movement in.

Besides good health, Surya Namaskar provides you an opportunity to feel your body and to express a little gratitude to the sun for sustaining life on this planet.

You’ll likely learn to love this simple routine as a way to stay fit, happy and peaceful. Get started right away and enjoy it's lasting effects!


Start each day with at least 1 sun salutation.

Commit to working on each key point below and reach out to let me know if you have any questions. So much additional info is always available. 

SEQUENCING   ------->   ALIGNMENT   ------->   BREATH   ---------->   CONSISTENCY