Introduction: How to Do Surya Namaskar — Step by Step!

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Are you in a rush and searching for a solitary mantra to stay fit? An arrangement of 12 intense yoga asanas as Surya Namaskar are right here, that give a decent cardiovascular workout. Surya Namaskar, literally means greeting the sun, all these asanas are a decent approach to keep the body fit and the mind at peace.

Surya Namaskar is best done early morning on an empty stomach. We should start with these simple yet powerful Sun Salutation steps on our approach to great wellbeing.

Every Sun Salutation round comprises of two sets. These 12 poses finish one cycle of Surya Namaskar. To finish the second half, you have to rehash the same set of poses on the other side of arms and legs. You may even come across a few renditions of doing Sun Salutation. Nonetheless, it is best to stick to one specific variant and practice it frequently for best results.

Other than great wellbeing, Surya Namaskar also helps you express appreciation to the sun for supporting life on this planet. For the next 10 days, begin your day with an inclination of beauty and appreciation towards the sun vitality. Do 12 rounds of Sun Salutation, followed by other yoga asanas, and then have rest in complete peace/nidra. You may very well find multiple style yoga teacher in India who can help you with these asanas that are literal mantras to stay fit, cheerful and quiet.

Step 1: Pranamasana (Prayer Pose)

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Step 2: Hasta Uttanasana (Raised Arms Pose)

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Step 3: Hasta Padasana (Hand to Foot Pose)

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Step 4: Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian Pose)

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Step 5: Dandasana (Stick Pose)

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Step 6: Ashtanga Namaskara (Salute With Eight Parts or Points)

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Step 7: Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

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Step 8: Parvatasana (Mountain Pose)

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Step 9: Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian Pose)

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Step 10: Hasta Padasana (Hand to Foot Pose)

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Step 11: Hasta Uttanasana (Raised Arms Pose)

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Step 12: Tadasana

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You may also want to know about the “Choosing YTT in India”, to make your yoga a much better experience for the first time. If you have any queries or suggestions, feel free to mention them in the comment box!

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jayanty3 (author)2016-03-02

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Ojashviy (author)2015-07-30

thanks for share info.

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tomatoskins (author)2015-06-25

Great info! Thanks for sharing and welcome to the community!

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