108 Sun Salutations
Sunday, 19 September • 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Yoga blend
Laura Cepaite
Join us to celebrate Autumnal Equinox! The Fall Equinox offers a time to go within and ground before the onset of winter.
This is a really empowering and transformative experience with ancient roots 🕉
Why Sun Salutations ? Why 108?
In Sanskrit, Sun Salutations are referred to as “Surya Namaskar” and were traditionally practiced to usher in the new day, hence the name. Surya Namaskar' means to 'bow to the sun' and is traditionally practiced at sunrise facing the sun to bring in and give thanks for the energy of 'Prana' (which in Sanskrit means 'life force.')
'Prana' is what gives vitality to every living thing and is what connects us all. By honouring and connecting with this life giving energy we bring ourselves back to presence and connection.

The number 108 is sacred and significant in many ways, appearing in many disciplines from astronomy to yoga.
The number 108 appears in ancient, sacred texts. For example, there are 108 Upanishads and 108 Tantras
In numerology, 108 equals 9, which symbolizes universal love, eternity and awakening
In Ayurveda, there are 108 sacred points on the body🌿
In astronomy, the distance between the Sun and Earth is roughly 108 times the Sun’s diameter🌞
Mala bead necklaces have 108 beads, which are used to count during meditation.
1 -truth
0 void
8 infinity.
It is believed that the fire (internal heat) that you build during this practice is cleansing, detoxifying, and gets you more in touch with yourself. If you practice with a positive mantra, like “I am at peace,” then you may see significant changes in your mood and perspective.
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yoga classes for children and parents suffering from domestic abuse 💔