The Complete Practice
There are many variations of Soorya (or Surya) Namaskara, but this is the version that I learned most closely related to the classical way of moving in the asanas. This is a very complete sequence and a wonderful one in that almost anyone can practice it.
Demonstration & Explanation
To start we’ll look at each pose and how to move through Soorya Namaskara. Guided Practices will follow this video which you can use to do the practice without concerning yourself too much about when to move and breath in or out. I will guide you.
You can do these anytime throughout the day, especially when you’ve been sitting or lying down for a long time. It feels excellent to open up the back muscles and release the tensions around the spine.
We’ll begin our practice with a few of these.
1 Guided Soorya Namaskara
You can use this guided video if you’d like to practice just ONE Soorya Namaskara. You’re welcome to do as many as you’d like on your own as well.
3 Guided Soorya Namaskaras
You can use this guided video if you’d like to practice just THREE Soorya Namaskara one after the other. You’re welcome to do as many as you’d like on your own as well.