Suryra Namaska A, this is the one we do most of the time although there are a number of variations depending on the style of yoga you are practicing. Just 20 minutes of flowing through the sun saltuion can have tremendous effects on wellness and can even get you out of a mental slump, according to a recent study in the International Journal of Yoga.
Yoga for runners
Post-run poses can enhance your running performance.
Training for a marathon? Make yoga your training partner. Yoga helps you stay injury-free by cultivating a balance between strength and flexibility in the body, Check out these four post-run poses to help you cool down, stretch and strengthen running muscles, and release built-up tension:
Like Sun Salutations, Moon Salutations can be included as part of a longer class, or practiced by themselves as a restorative sequence to cool and soothe the body. They are especially nice to do in the evening as the meditative, calming quality of the poses helps to form a stronger connection to the breath, preparing the body and the mind for a restful night’s sleep.
Yoga for sleep
Poses to Help You Sleep Better
Use a block and a blanket to help support you through these poses, holding each one for a minute, stopping in Savasana for either a minute and moving on, or staying there for 10 minutes until you are ready to sleep.
Yogic Life Principles
Slow down and feel what's happening.
Be honest about where you're at.
Do things that raise your energy.
Practice letting go.
Free yourself from self judgement.
Be happy where you are.
Look to yourself for the answer.
Surrender to the Infinite.