Moon Salutations

Difficulty: 
Beginner
Style: 
Hatha Yoga
Duration: 
12:50
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Average: 4.6 (49 votes)
Class Description: 

Moon salutations are a fun alternative to the popular sun salutations. They are very different - bringing in goddess, pyramid, standing side bends and no downward facing dog. Anastasia introduces the class for the first 6 minutes, so if you would prefer to go right into the flow, skip to 6:45. This is designed so that you can continue on your own once you remember the flow for yourself.

Comments

Love this Moon Salutation flow!
cechandler 3 weeks ago

I have injured shoulders from HIIT workouts so I am slowing down but still working out with yoga and various cardio. This is a great flow that doesn't impact the shoulders but does help stretch them. Thank you! It's been difficult finding standing yoga flows and this one has a great pace and utilizes a lot of muscles.

Ninja Goddess
Melanie Lichtinger 1 month ago

Loved the initial walk-through, and new (to me) variation of Moon Salutations - yay, on a yummy Taurus Moon today!
Ninja dancer stretches were so welcomed - balance and hip opening. Will do more of these.
Muchas gracias, Anastasia!

Beautiful and simple. Thank
yogadma 3 months ago

Beautiful and simple. Thank you!

Such a lovely mini relaxation
Sari 6 months ago

Such a lovely mini relaxation. Perfect way to end the day. Thank you!

Lovely for full moon
Helen Alford 7 months ago

Great to do at night and on full or new moons. The ninja changeover is going to take a bit more strength and practice though! Thanks.

Great way to start the day!
Loriluv 8 months ago

good balancing poses.

Short and sweet
Baniaz 9 months ago

Just what I needed, short routine I can repeat (or not) depending on the circumstances. Thank you!

Breathing
rbbarrett1030 10 months ago

It's hard for me to keep track of the breathing and i get winded fast! other than that i love the stretching. Practice makes perfect!

Fun!
JudithAnne 11 months ago

Love this, great to do something a bit different. And as CC noted, it's not quite as easy as it seems at first, I'll be working on my ninja!