Sun Salutations II

David Procyshyn
Hatha Yoga
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Average: 4.6 (110 votes)

Sun salutations are a nice way to start or end the day, and a nice break in the middle of a busy work day. This version of sun salutations begins with a brisk flow and progresses into more and more challenging poses, finishing with a short relaxation.


Relaxing morning routine
nadomom 1 week ago

Short and sweet. I like the repetition of movements...allowed me to follow without looking at the screen and fully immersing in just my movements and breaths. Thank you.

Early morning wake-up, great for a hotel
ruth.joyce 5 months ago

I travel for my job and sometimes hotel rooms are tight. This is a great class for both an early morning wake-up as well as a small hotel room. Shorter, nice stretches and a little muscle work (especially the legs for me) and not too much horizontal/outward movement (so no banging into beds or desks). I will be coming back to this one. Thanks David.

Wonderful, Relaxing Flow!
mariataylor92 5 months ago

This is just what I needed! After a whole day of sitting at my desk, my body and mind thanks you! Your instructions are very clear and your voice is so calming, which results in a wonderful, relaxing flow. I can't believe I feel this good only after ~15 minutes! :)

Concentrated Flow
Melanie Lichtinger 6 months ago

It was the perfect class for a 20 min break and regeneration.
Loved your calm and clear instructions as always, David.
Amazing how effective just 20 min of Yoga can be!

This is great when I don't
laurahwilson5 8 months ago

This is great when I don't have a lot of time, but still want to get some daily yoga in. It really woke up my muscles and got my blood flowing. Loved it!

Mizkarlet 1 year ago

I enjoy many of David's calm classes... much accomplished in body, mind and spirit in 17 minutes and 56 seconds!

Just what I needed. Short but
Kat Colorado 1 year ago

Just what I needed. Short but it got my blood moving.

Great break!
javilora 2 years ago

This is perfect for my wake up in the morning or a work break in the afternoon. Thank you!