Sunday, July 4, 2010

A Lovely (Free!) 20-Minute Morning Yoga Practice by Jason Crandell

For weeks I have been exploring Yoga Journal's online presence, and I am so pleased with the abundance of home practices that they make available for FREE in the form of podcasts, streaming video, and articles.

I've had one extra tab open on my browser for a while now, and this morning, I decided to finally give it a try. It is Jason Crandell's Morning Sequence from his DVD, "Yoga for Morning, Noon, and Night," (which I have gone ahead and ordered and will review for you on this blog once I've had a chance to experience it.)

As far as the wonderful free sampling offered on Yoga Journal's website, Jason Crandell's Morning Sequence was *so* worth the first 20-minutes of my Sunday morning.  I now feel alert, energized, less lethargic - as if the stagnant energy from the evening (and even from the previous week) was released, and clarity is now flowing through me.


Jason Crandell 

Jason's calm and soothing voice guides you first from very relaxing poses and gradually increases to low to moderate intensity (with you being given the choice for modification depending on  your specific needs during that particular practice), and it includes my very favorite sequence: Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskar), in an abbreviated (less intense) form.

If you are looking for a gentle way to awaken your body, mind, and spirit in the morning, check out this great video as well as the others on Yoga Journal's website.

Click here to go to Yoga Journal's free 20-Minute Morning Yoga Practice.

Debbie aka Sulilo

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