We’ve looked at a kneeling sun salutation this month as we use the Annamaya Kosha for July’s theme. These sequences seem to be very popular when we do them in class, and a few of you have asked for a guide, so we’ve put together a video, guide, and a PDF for you to download.
As with the Moon Salutations in March, these sequences can be really good to practice at home if you get a bit of time. As you get used to putting the postures together, you can really start to focus on the inhale and exhale, and turn it into a lovely flowing sequence.
The kneeling sun salutation benefits the the following parts of your body:
Arms and Shoulders
Biceps and Triceps
Download the guide below and print it off if you’d like (we will always bring one into class for you if you’d like too). There’ll be another guide for August too, which is a really nice grounding sequence that we’ve used in the outdoor summer classes.