Learn Sun Salutation B yoga sequence and salute the sun! Adriene takes us through this common yoga asana sequence which is intended to warm up the entire body. This classic sequence can be practiced in many different variations and forms the base for a nice Vinyasa yoga practice. In Ashtanga yoga (and most Hatha Yoga branches of yoga) this sequence follows Sun Salutation A. Link these two sequences to warm up the body, get the juices flowing and even get the heart pumping! Use this as a base for a strong flow practice at home - and enjoy.
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Beautiful routine. Never knew there is Sun Salutation B. I believe that I have found my spiritual beings in Yoga - Body, Mind and Spirit. They intertwine one another. I have not known my Spirit yet but, certainly there is a great sense of serenity to my Body and Mind. Thanks, Adriene.
First I want to say, I am such a big fan and have been following your yoga classes online for years - There are times when your classes were like a true friend in very difficult times, or an old friend, hanging out, reminding me how much fun and how fulfilling yoga is. So thank you very much for all the joy and peace you so freely give to all!
Even in my work as a family medicine doc, I have referred patients to your website who needed some positive approach to physical activity and self-love in their perception of health. The fact they are free and really accessible is so nice, especially the shorter versions for beginners and people with physical limitations. (Spanish dub would be a great option, too!)
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Peace and gratitude! Keep on rocking' in the new year... Namate.
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I can no longer find the Sun Salutation A that you reference in this video. Help please.
We're sorry, Marie, but the Sun Salutation A video had to be taken down off of YouTube because of the music in the video. Even though we had permission from the artist, sometimes that happens. We have the video on the Find What Feels Good membership. If you are a member, you can find it there at http://www.fwfg.com.