Alright yogis...it’s that time of year again! The longest day and the shortest night of the year, the day with the most sunlight, and the day that brings communities together around the world to celebrate the sun’s light: Monday, June 20th, we will celebrate the Summer Solstice as a community with 108 Traditional Sun Salutations! As one of the most defined, ancient traditions, this practice is a global tradition to welcome dawn, cleanse, embrace courage, and to clarify intentions—what a way to build community while honoring earth’s abundance!
You will naturally fall into rhythm with the earth through your breath and body that will guide you into an organic state of bliss.
As a special treat, we will have 7 crystal singing bowls to complement our practice (commonly used for sound healing, these are sized differently--toned for each chakra). Cost is only $5 for you to get your booty on your mat and experience this exceptional event. Remember: the most challenging efforts are the most rewarding. *Students will be encouraged to honor their needs and take as many breaks as they need to.
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Summer Solstice: the time of year when the distance of the sun from the equator is at its greatest.
Sun, Moon, and 108: the diameter of the sun is 108 times the diameter of the earth (in other words, we need to travel the earth 108 times to reach the sun).