Jul 30

Today while discussing the Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation) with a co-worker, I stumbled upon a couple of interesting items.  The first is this statement:

On days when you think you have no time for yoga, try and do at least one or two rounds of the Sun Salutation.  You’ll feel the difference.

Something that I had never thought of doing myself.  The Sun Salutation does not take very long to complete at all and practicing those very basic poses can be surprisingly rewarding.  Two sequences or one full round of Sun Salutation plus some Baddha Konasana (cobbler’s pose) and Janu Shirshasana (head to knee pose) and seated meditation took only about twenty minutes.  Not a large investment for the return I received.

While I was searching www.yogasite.com I came across a variation on the Surya Namaskar called the Maha Namaskar or Great Salutation.  It looks very similar to the practice I detailed back in April.

May you journey well.  Namaste.