Sun Salutation Warms Up Mom’s Day

Have you heard the sanskrit word Surya Namaskar? The Sanskrit word Namaskar stems from namas, which means “to bow to” or “to adore.” The familiar phrase we use to close our yoga classes, namaste—te means “you”—also comes from this root.

The english would be Sun Salutation.

Sun Salutation appears in the beginning of a Yoga Class. Depending on what types of Yoga it is. But in general, Sun Salutation is an early part to warm up body.

Now, how to apply this to our daily life as a mom? Especially busy moms. Full time Working Mom, SAHM, WAHM…?

Add this to your everyday routine, right after you step off from bed, after the first toilet visit. Do this with empty stomach. You can meditate before, and then do 2 to 3 rounds of Sun Salutation A, and if you have more time, do 2 extra rounds of Sun Salutation B

Sun Salutation works the whole body. It is meant to warm up from head to toe and giving a moving meditation to our mind. Now don’t worry if you are just beginning. You can take it easy and enjoying the comfort of your own breathing rhythm.

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