This sun-filled, serene and very relaxing sun salutation is the perfect antidote to the chill of winter.
Sundara, a spa in the northern town of Puy-de-Dôme, in France, is renowned for its sun salutations, which are typically performed by a couple in a small room.
They hold a simple and calming pose and use a water fountain to capture the rays of the sun.
This can be a calming way to unwind after a long day of work.
We got the chance to spend a few hours at Sundaras Spa in a room where we could enjoy a spa-like sun saluting experience.
How to Make Your Own Sundara Sun Salutation First, pick your preferred style of sun saluted.
If you want a more relaxing experience, we recommend this Sun Spa style, which includes a simple water fountain, an overhead mirror, a small screen, and an open-plan room.
For a more serious sun salute, consider this Sun Salute.
This is the most traditional of the Sundarans sun salutes, which involves holding the sun in your lap, leaning back, and holding it there for as long as you can.
The sun salutions are performed in a very relaxing and relaxing atmosphere.
You can find this type of sun salute at any of Sundaramas locations in France.
Now it’s time to make your own sundara!
This sun salution is a great way to celebrate the end of the winter season and a great day to relax.
To prepare your sundara, follow these simple steps: Make a glass of water (about 4 ounces) and place it on your lap.
The glass will be covered in a thin layer of warm water and a bit of white.
Place your hands on top of the glass.
Your palms should touch.
You will have to hold the glass to your mouth to keep your lips sealed, and you can’t remove the glass from your mouth.
With your mouth open, put your fingers in your mouth and slowly open your mouth as if to swallow.
Repeat this for as many times as you want until you can make a slight air noise.
Do this for 30 seconds.
Then, with your other hand, put one finger into your mouth, slowly close your mouth again, and repeat this process.
The last step is to place the glass back on your face and hold it there.
You should have a slight, but noticeable air noise and a soft light on your cheeks.
This should make you feel like you’ve just opened your eyes, but be careful to make sure you don’t get too close.
If the glass gets too close to your nose, it could cause irritation.
Take your time to take care of this, because the glass should be a bit more than 30 seconds old.
After you’ve completed all of these steps, you’ll be able to get back into your seat and relax and enjoy your sundaras.
You’ll probably need to wear a mask to help keep your skin clean.