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108 Sun Salutations New Years Celebration

Ring in 2019 with Alex doing 108 sun salutations!

The tradition of practicing 108 Sun Salutations in a row is a traditional practice with several meanings. It is typically practiced on the two equinoxes and two solstices, celebrating the change of the seasons. It is also as an opportunity to let go of anything weighing you down as you move into a lighter, fresher new year.

This practice is linked to the belief that 108 is a sacred number: 108 Upanishads, 108 sacred points on the body, 108 sacred sites in India, and the distance between the sun and the earth is 108 times the sun’s diameter!

Anyone can do it, but remember to make the practice your own:
take breaks
hydrate
have fun:)

Cost: $15 drop-in, punch card, and monthly passes accepted


Earlier Event: December 21
Kirtan