Sunday, June 18, Gather at 6:30 am for the early morning start before sunrise practice on the Summer Solstice! It takes about 2 hours to complete. We will do this outside in the parking lot if the weather cooperates! Wear layers to shed as the sun shines. We will go indoors if we have to, of course.
Register here, on line, or you are welcome to pay at the studio. Walk ins welcome too!
$20.00 per person suggested donation. All Donations go directly to the Siddhartha School, in Ladak, India, and the student Heartsong sponsors there.
All Yogis of all levels are welcome to join us in this summer celebration! The practice of Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskaras) honors the change of seasons and the transitions of nature’s sun and earth energy. It is a moving meditation, a practice to train your mind to "be here now, and only here" and to strengthen your body through the repetition of movements. All levels of yoga practitioners can do 108 sun salutes! We will give modifications throughout, choices, chances to rest, and opportunities to support the group with your presence and with your voice, helping us to count and to remember!
Why 108? This number has long been considered a sacred number…
Traditionally, malas are strung with 108 beads. According to yogic tradition, there are 108 pithas or sacred sites in India. There are 108 Upanishads. There are 108 marma points or sacred places on the body. 108 is the number of names for Shiva in Hindu philosophy....and more.... What's so great about the number 108?Click HereGreat question, and here is more information than you might ever be able to remember!
All are welcome. You can do 1 Surya Namaskara or 108. Or just sit and breathe and enjoy the energy of the group.