What’s this 108 Sun Salutations all about? It’s a powerful experience that will stretch you and leave your yoga practice changed. Along with being an incredible way to detox, physically and mentally, it’s a memorable gesture to mark the end of winter and the arrival of spring. I believe we can all truly benefit in celebrating this change together.
Who’s it for?
This experience will stretch and expand you to the core and is good for anyone who’s looking to fulfill what we see as our personal mission statement:
Bring peace to mind, through a connection with the body so that they can flow through life with greater ease.
This has a lot of meaning to us as we believe in 3 key things at Mind Body Flow Yoga.
- Doing something that we find inspiring
- Doing something that inspires others
- Doing something that helps other people inspire others
You can only do this by believing in yourself, accepting the fact that you are worthy of the challenge in front of you and with your best effort taking it one asana at a time to its natural outcome. We believe that you can do the 108 Sun Salutations and I personally look forward to seeing your tired smile after it’s all said and done.
The Significance of the “108”
Now, the number 108 has a lot meaning for different people. For myself though it’s as good a number as any. We need it to be an even number and you’ll see why shortly. I honestly would have been fine if it was 100 Sun Salutations, but I definitely appreciate the additional 8. It gives us a little something extra to reach for and enjoy.
Mind Body Flow Yoga’s 108 Sun Salutations
Mind Body Flow Yoga’s 108 Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskar) will be made up of 54 Sun Salutation A [link] and 54 Sun Salutations B. Here’s a walkthrough of the Sun Salutation A and B series. This is the typical format. How we get you started, keep you going, and looking good while you do so, and party afterwards will be all us.
Benefits of 108 Sun Salutations
When you complete your personal 108 Surya Namaskar you will mentally feel
- More focused
- More disciplined
- More resilient
- More committed to your yoga and to your own betterment
You as well will physically feel
- Much stronger
- More capable
- More fluid
- And better connected to your mind.
In general you will better appreciate what you are able to do, and how much further you can over reach your own expectations. This series will challenge your mind as your body continuously moves and flows through the asanas. It’s a rich way to elevate your yoga practice and honestly boost your own mental and physical capacity. Believing in your inner brilliance, which we strive to show is in you here at Mind Body Flow Yoga, isn’t enough for real personal change off the mat. For yoga to change your life you need to push your boundaries and prove to yourself that you can do more than what you give yourself credit for. This changes belief to knowledge. Knowing for a fact that you can do more and be more. This to me is the value of 108 Sun Salutations.
If you are interested in elevating your practice, challenging yourself both mentally and physically, register for our 108 Sun Salutations.
Where is this going down?
Mind Body Flow Yoga Studio
When is it going down?
Sunday, April 21st at 1:00pm
How do I register?
You can simply register at our webstore here. The cost is $25 and this will include some goodies from our friends: An energy bar from Fit-N-Fresh catering and a fresh pressed juice from the better body cleanse.
Get the best out our your 108 Sun Salutation experience
Receive our tips for getting the best out of your 108 Sun Salutations experience. We will release a new blog post a day leading up to our 108 Sun Salutation event on Sunday, April 21st. The series will include:
- 3 Top Challenges You’ll Face with 108 Sun Salutations
- 5 Ways to Fight Off Doubt With Your 108 Sun Salutations
- 8 Practical Tips For Success With 108 Sun Salutations
- What to bring for your 108 Sun Salutations with Mind Body Flow Yoga
- Final reminder and encouragement
Question: Have you ever done 108 Sun Salutations before? What was your experience like? If not, what do you think will be your biggest challenge?