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how to do sun salutation, Surya Namaskara instructions, surya namaskar benefits
Traditionally performed in the morning facing the sun, sun salutation was practiced to raise the energy
of the body thus preparing it for the vigorous asana practice. It is highly recommended to start all
sessions of Yoga asanas with the Sun Salutation. It is an excellent general warm up exercise that consists
of 12 different spinal positions. It gives a wide range of spinal movements that promote flexibility in the
spine and in the other limbs of the body. The Sun Salutation is very beneficial for everyone and
especially for elderly and very stiff people because it increases the flexibility of the body very quickly.
The Sun Salutation is not an asana but a series of gentle flowing movements coordinated with the
breath to warm up the spine and to raise the energy in the body.
The Sun Salutation gives an initial warm up and stretches to the body preparing it for further asanas.
Using hundreds of muscles, regulating the breath and focusing the mind the Sun Salutation is very
effective and should be repeated six to twelve times.
Beginning position: Stand straight with spine erect and shoulders relaxed. The feet are hip width
apart. The knees are straight but not hyper extended; the arms are relaxed next to the body.<
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