Today is a super special day in my world – it’s International Yoga Day! Since I love yoga so much it’s only fitting that we celebrate with a new yoga class. For the moment being, we’ll forget that we celebrate every Friday with a new TriYoga class… 😉 It’s also the summer solstice and while the weather in Michigan has been a bit all over the place the last few weeks, we’re going to make our own heat with this nice slow flow class.
In this class we will still build heat, and strengthen and stretch our muscles, but we’ll do it while also slowing our pace down. We’ll take this flow a few times through but know that you can always pair this video with any of my others if you have more time today or find yourself wanting a little bit more when we finish this class.
In the yoga world, it’s common to celebrate the solstice with a 108 sun salutations. It’s a beautiful way to mark the end of a chapter and open up a new one. And while I know it can sound a bit overwhelming, intimidating and exhausting, I promise it can actually be quite meditative and energizing! I’ll be leading a group at my local studio this evening and I’m quite excited for it.
With that said, while I know you’ll love this slow flow class, if you find yourself wanting to be a bit more traditional today, you can go back to my Sun Salutation A class to get you started and keep going until you reach 108 repetitions. Unfortunately, I won’t be talking you through those unless you’re local tonight. 😉
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Disclaimer: I fully believe in the power of yoga and it’s benefits but as with any exercise, please consult your health care professional with any questions or concerns before starting an exercise program. When participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury. The creators of this video are not liable for any injury, accident, or health impairment by participating in this video.