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Sun Salutations | Surya Namaskar B

Sun Salutation: Surya Namaskar B

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Many people move through several rounds of Surya Namaskar before beginning the rest of their yoga practice. Here, we show a demonstration of a popular variation of the sequence.

To see the other sun salutation variations featured in this article, go to: Surya Namaskar A and a modified version for beginners.

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Emmanuel

what type of music is played in the video: Sun Salutations, II it sounds very armony

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