Spring is a time for renewal. Many health experts suggest taking part in detoxifying cleanses, healthier diets and mind-body exercises that will help to flush and refresh the body for the summer season.
However, spring is also the season of mud, wind, and allergies, and that makes it sometimes difficult to get outdoors in the fresh air.
Thanks to GaiamTV, you don’t have to ditch your spring-cleaning exercise routine because of unappealing weather conditions. Every Sunday, Gaiam presents Salutation Sundays, an online program that offers yoga and fitness videos, delivered straight to you, so you can watch and participate conveniently indoors. Yoga is one of the best ways to prepare the mind and the body for a new season. With its detoxifying and renewing benefits, yoga refreshes and rejuvenates in so many ways, especially in the spring.
This Sunday, Gaiam is featuring yoga master Rodney Yee. Having appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America, PBS, and in many other television shows, Yee’s level of professionalism and expertise will certainly not disappoint.
Since taking his first yoga class in 1980, Yee turned a curious need to maintain his flexibility and strength gained from his days as a gymnast and ballet dancer into a full blown career as an esteemed yoga teacher that has allowed him to travel all over the world.
Tune in to Salutation Sundays on GaiamTV and be led through an easy-to-follow yoga routine that focuses on cleaning out the old and making way for the new. Incorporating a variety of styles such as Inyengar, vinyasa, Ashtanga, and restorative yoga, Yee’s Clean it Out practice will help you focus on and support your efforts of spring cleaning your mind and your body.
If you happen to miss Rodney Yee’s Clean it Out yoga practice on Salutation Sunday, you can find him appearing in over 30 video titles and numerous audio recordings produced by Gaiam. Yee has also published two books, Yoga: The Poetry of the Body, and Moving Toward Balance, available for you to read, enjoy and be inspired by the healing power of yoga this spring.