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ING

Thanks. I was looking for something like this. Very useful :)

rajendar menen

yes, i feel yoga can be done any time when one is ready for it. doing it always at sunrise or around that time is not practical. the main thing is discipline. find the time to do it some where in the day or night. let the body and the mind belong to yoga and the time will sort itself out automatically.

Saroja

Thanks for the lovely idea. As a practise I start all my yoga asanas at 8p.m. But recently I feel more energised & difficult to fall asleep. As you said I'll start doing sun salutation from today ,reducing some asanas from my schedule.

zermina

wonderful insight ! love the sequence & flow of postures from one pose to the next - def an aid in tuning inwards n incorporating movement along wth the breath leaving a relaxed state of mind n body - thanks a bunch!

Liz Holt

Wow how great to read this and realize it's by my teacher!

Lynn

Thank you so much for that informative article, I often wonder what poses I can do in the evening that will facilitate and aid sleep and not energize my mind too late at night. I usually do calming and slow strecthing asanas and keep my breathing intake very slow also.

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