Sun Salutation Sequence

The Sun Salutation is the combination of 12 Yoga poses that is performed in a flowing sequence, this will activate so many points to your body. Sun Salutation is a very ancient technique of paying respect or expressing gratitude to the Sun that is the source of all forms of life on the planet.

Sun Salutation builds strength and increases flexibility to your body

and help keep the body healthy and the mind calm.

Sun Salutations for Golfers

SUN SALUTATION

Mountain Pose: Begin by standing in Mountain pose, feet about hip width apart, hands either by your sides or in prayer position. Take several deep breaths.

Hands Up: On your next inhale, in one sweeping movement, raise your arms up overhead and gently arch back as far as feels comfortable and safe.

Head to Knees: As you exhale, bend forward, bending the knees if necessary, and bring your hands to rest beside your feet.

Lunge: Inhale and step the right leg back

Plank: Exhale and step the left leg back into plank position. Hold the position and inhale.

Stick: Exhale and lower yourself as if coming down from a pushup. Only your hands and feet should touch the floor.

Upward Dog: Inhale and stretch forward and up, bending at the waist. Use your arms to lift your torso, but only bend back as far as feels comfortable and safe. Lift your legs up so that only the tops of your feet and your hands touch the floor. Its okay to keep your arms bent at the elbow.

Downward Dog: Exhale, lift from the hips and push back and up.

Lunge: Inhale and step the right foot forward.

Head to Knees: Exhale, bring the left foot forward and step into head-to-knee position.

Hands Up: Inhale and rise slowly while keeping arms extended.

Mountain Pose: Exhale, and in a slow, sweeping motion, lower your arms to the sides. End by bringing your hands up into prayer position. Repeat the sequence, stepping with the left leg.

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