Sun Salutation Yoga Sequence

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Watch this video on how to perform a simple Sun Salutation. It only takes 10-15 minutes and you can do it anywhere!

Sun Salutation, originally called Surya Namaskara, is a great way to start the day, get your muscles stretched out, and increase your blood circulation.

Remember to focus on your breathing and synchronize it with the movements, as shown in the video.

Do the sequence 12-15 times every morning, if you don’t have time for a full Yoga session.

 

 

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