108 Sun Salutations Celebrating Spring

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This very special class is offered four times each year in recognition of the changing seasons...and is a long standing onlYoga tradition. Part endurance, part meditation - completely empowering. Utilizing the magic of Vinyasa we will continually move through many Sun Salutations and end with Kirtan. Stay after for healthy nibbles and conversation. All levels welcome! Knowledge of Surya Namaskara A is helpful but not required.

What a treat! Raw'Ganix juice will be joining us and providing juice to sample. They will have product on hand so you will be able to take your favorite home! Check them out here: http://www.rawganixjuiceco.com

The number 108 is a mala (Sanskrit for garland) and is a tool used in meditation. Used to count the number of mantra repetitions completed per sitting, repetition using a mala is an effective way of keeping your mind focused, and can make meditation more relaxing and soothing. Historically, malas have been used as a part of an integrated spiritual practice that may also contain hatha yoga. A mala contains 108 beads and a larger "meru" bead. The tassled "meru" bead is symbolic of the transcended state, and indicates the beginning and end of a cycle. The significance of "108" is related to the Brahmand (universe), which is said to be made up of 108 elements so 108 represents the universe.

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By: onlYoga - John Merideth

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