Celebrate the Winter and Summer Solstice this year with 108 Sun Salutations practice.
also known as midwinter, is the day with the shortest period of daylight and longest night of the year. Therefore, the practice of 108 Sun Salutation on this day helps us to embrace darkness and focus our attention inwards.
When: Saturday, 22 June,6pm – 9pm
also known as midsummer, is when the Sun reaches its highest position in the sky and is the day with the longest period of daylight.As a result, the practice of 108 Sun Salutation on this day helps us to embrace light and ignited our inner spark.
When: Sunday, 22 December,6pm – 9pm
The number 108 carries spiritual significance in many cultures:
108 is the number of names for Buddha.
108 is the number of beads on a Catholic rosary.
108 is the number of beads on a Tibetan “mala” (prayer beads, analogous to a rosary).
108 is twice the number “54”, which is the number of sounds in Sanskrit (sacred Indian language). 108 is six times the number “18”, which is a Jewish good luck number.
108 is twelve times the number 9, which is the number of vinyasas (movements linked to breath) in a Sun Salutation
1 stands for Higher Truth, 0 stands for Emptiness and 8 stands