Gratitude and appreciation for the wonders of the natural world are key qualities of a yogi, and our relationship with the sun and moon have long been a point of study.
Join Yoga Anytime teachers Kira Ryder, Alana Mitnick, and Julia Berkeley on March 20th, the Spring Equinox, for a sequence of special practices to celebrate and honor the compassionate, warm, and fiery energies of Surya (the Sun) and the wise, cooling, mysterious energies of Chandra (the Moon).
The number 108 has long been considered sacred for the yogis. It’s difficult to know exactly why as the theories and legends are numerous and actual records few. Yet it is wonderful to discover that:
The yogis also say that there are 108 nadis (channels) radiating from the heart center. We feel this more strongly when we are close to good friends, so we feel extra lucky to get to share this practice together. Julia, Alana and Kira (who are yogini friends in ‘real life’) collaborated to create this offering for this special day.
We wake up in the morning with:
At noon, we balance the sun and moon’s energies with:
We end our day with:
So happy to be together. Earn a special sun and moon Equinox badge for participating.Your practices can be found here.
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