How to Practice Sun Salutation-step by step, pose by pose guide

How to Practice Sun Salutation-step by step, pose by pose guide


Sun Salutation is probably the most famous yoga sequence and there is a good reason for it. Sun Salutations stretch all the major muscle groups of the body, relax the mind, and help you to deepen your breath.

Barbora Moravkova from Ayurveda Holistic Medicine presents an easy step by step guide on how to practice Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar). Sun Salutation is a wonderful way to start your day, reduce your stress and ground your body & mind for the day.

So, if you are looking for ways how to reduce stress, this is it. More information on www.ayurveda-holistic-medicine.com

SuryaNamaskars_SunSalutations

SuryaNamaskars_SunSalutations

How to Practice Sun Salutation-step by step, pose by pose guide

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19 comments

  1. Rahulchasedreams

    wat a beautiful location…with water and greenery :)

    thanks for the video

    love

    Rahul

    namaste

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  3. Thank you for a great explanation on each pose, was very helpfull.

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  5. Great Video I’m interested in learning Yoga and this video was great. The tips at the end are extremely helpful. Most Videos leave out these very important details.

  6. drtiwari83raipur

    cotnd. @ Rottequetette.Besides, just like Karate, in yog too every single detail serves a purpose. names are pretty much descriptive of asans, and should be preserved to avoid misnomer. For ex, "salutation" is not the proper translation of "namaskar". it is close to it, but it is not EXACTLY it! in fact i don’t think their is a word exact counterpart of "namaskar", in a sens described here.
    As i mentioned, any one can agree or disagree to my belief. But NO ONE can bad mouth me. I WON’T TAKE IT.

  7. drtiwari83raipur

    cotnd. @ Rottequetette.Besides, just like Karate, in yog too every single detail serves a purpose. names are pretty much descriptive of asans, and should be preserved to avoid misnomer. For ex, "salutation" is not the proper translation of "namaskar". it is close to it, but it is not EXACTLY it! in fact i don’t think their is a word exact counterpart of "namaskar", in a sens described here.
    As i mentioned, any one can agree or disagree to my belief. But NO ONE can bad mouth me. I WON’T TAKE IT.

  8. drtiwari83raipur

    @Rettequetette.. By that logic, since i see you acting like an ignorant jerk, i’ll be calling you that. i’m sure YOU wouldn’t have any "problem" with that..
    Who the hell said applying leeches is a ‘tradition"? In medicine, tradition constitutes of following medical ethics like respecting seniors, not charging any fees for fellow doctors or their families, sticking to the Hippocratic oath etc.. In medical stream,procedures change with advancement in science. they don’t constitute tradition..

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  10. I think even the Indian teachers (most of them but not all) teach the wrong way.

  11. Sanskrit terms are "SOMETIMES" taught to them, not "ALWAYS"…..

  12. ha ha ha ha keep wondering, whether we have ever been out side of India. most ridiculously stupid thing i ever heard..

  13. no problem..

  14. I’m sorry, I don’t remember calling you names. I saw you in the comment section acting like a hot-headed fanatic. I only described what I saw. If you take that as an insult, that’s YOUR problem.
    Btw the Japanese counting in karate does serve a purpose, it’s not merely tradition. It has to do with focus.
    IMHO, tradition for the sake of tradition doesn’t make any sense. We once had a tradition of applying leeches as a medical treatment. I’m glad we changed the tradition for the better.

  15. I agree that a (good) teacher is essential. But I think some YT-videos can be useful as a reference. I wouldn’t get too hung up about it if I were you. You can’t stop other people from putting videos online.

  16. drtiwari83raipur

    Not their fault. They have been conditioned to think that way.. This is their concept of balance.. Besides, thanx again for standing by me.

  17. drtiwari83raipur

    if you think it is ok to use english or other names, that’s your opinion. but if you or any one else calls me names, i will give back what i get ten folds multiplied. i don’t believing in insulting people, but i sure as hell don’t believe in taking insults as well. i will never allow it, COME WHAT MAY!
    Your honor, I rest my case!

  18. drtiwari83raipur

    (contd). As far as the name is concerned, like i said before, in karate you count in Japanese. This is called Tradition! I personally don’t approve of translation of the names, any one can agree or disagree to that. it’s a matter of opinion and different point of views.. BUT, no one can call me names just ‘coz they don’t agree with me. it started with some one calling me pretentious snoot. i mean really? you can judge a person’s personality reading just one comment? whoa… you must be GOD then!

  19. drtiwari83raipur

    (contd)…it’s not just about the name.It is about this frenzy called "you tube videos".. you CAN NOT teach yog via the internet by just posting videos about the asans and describing who should and who should not do it. it is a subtle balance of your life force that you channel in a particular direction, for the benefit of YOU, as a whole. just one minor mistake, and it can damage your system for the rest of your life! This is the reason we need a "guru" to guide us through all the intricacies.

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