Come Celebrate the Winter Solstice with Yoga One! 

Join Yoga One’s Amy Caldwell for an energizing and meditative 108 Sun Salutations. Celebrate the Winter Solstice and the approach of the New Year by generating a conscious and elevated energy. 

Friday, December 22nd, 6-7:30pm
$18 drop in or use your Yoga One class package/membership.

All students with a regular yoga practice are welcome to attend, register here.

This week, as the earth turns on its axis, we’ll experience the longest night of the year, the winter solstice. In the Northern Hemisphere, each day following December 22nd will have a slowly increasing amount of sunshine as we move towards Spring. It’s not surprising that so many traditions and cultures around the world have chosen this time of year to celebrate light and hope.

In both yoga and Hinduism, 108 is a sacred number, representing fullness or completion. We will perform 108 sun salutations to represent and cultivate a feeling of fullness and completion. Sun salutations build heat in the body just like the sun warms the planet and as we progress towards our goal we mirror the sun’s progress towards spring.

If you think that practicing 108 sun salutations sounds like an impossible feat, you’re not alone! It’s something many people feel they can’t do. But don’t be deterred.

The collective energy and shared purpose of the group supports the individual. And you won’t be expected to do all 108. We will modify the types of sun salutations performed and you will be encouraged to rest whenever desired. The 108 sun salutations become intentions personified, a moving meditation that helps each participant refine their awareness.

Join us for this fun and transformative practice!

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