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Yoga Clinic: Sun Salutation B Sequence

Yoga Clinic Sun Salutation B

And we continue our practice! Sure, it may be Mardi Gras today, but I have a feeling many others will take care of that subject just fine without my input, thank you.

So let’s talk yoga

Suzlyfe common yoga mistakes clinic

I am not a certified yoga teacher, though I am a NASM Certified Personal Trainer. Please understand that you assume your physical activity at your own risk. These posts are meant only as a helpful reference, and should not overrule the teachings of certified practitioners.

Miss any of my other posts? Check out my in depth look at Tadasana and Sun Salutation A.

Sun Salutation B Introduction

Sun B is where yogis get to have a bit of fun. Sun B can take many many forms. In fact, at Core Power, when you take a C2 class, Sun B is completely at the discretion of the teacher. Typically (and please note, this is a vast generalization), Sun B follows a “warm up” of Sun A (repeated a few times) and it is the Sun B that sets you up for the purpose of the class as you work up to your peak pose. I will explain more of this next week in the concluding yoga clinic, but for now, let’s break down a basic Sun B Vinyasa sequence.

Sun Salutation B Sequence

Sun B follows much of the same flow as Sun A, but with one notable exception: instead of Tadasana (Mountain Pose), you begin in Utkatasana, or Chair Pose.

Utkatasana (Chair Pose) 

Sad face, my picture for Utkatasana did not make it.

chair pose

From yoga Journal.

If not already set up for chair, proceed from Tadasana  to Chair by lowering into a squat. Literally. Change NOTHING about your stance apart from hinging at the hips and knees.

Mistakes to watch out for, and tips to correct and improve:

  • First things first—before moving out of Tadasana, re-establish that base by reasserting your feet—see the Tadasana pose for more explanation!
  • One of the biggest mistakes that I see (and I’ve been there, too!) is leaning too far forward as you sink down (in an attempt to get lower or to counter balance the squat). Lean forward only as much as you would in a weight room!
    • Pretend, or indeed, work on the pose by doing so, that you have a bar either across your shoulders (that you are holding with your hands) or extended above your head, and squat like you would in a weight room. That will help you get used to the movement and the dual hinging motion and balancing your weight.
    • Next do this with your knees and feet together. Sink your weight into your heels—in fact, you should be able to lift those toes off the mat! As you sink, keep your toes in view (but not by leaning forward), and continue to keep your weight back. Engage your glutes, quads, and core to help keep you balanced—equal pull in all directions.
  • Another HUGE mistake that I often see here is overarching of the back. You are not a duck, don’t sit like one.  Go back to my Tadasana pose and re-read the tips regarding your lower back and then apply these here. You might want to think even more about tucking your tailbone. I still catch myself sitting with my booty out like she do it in the mirror and then have to correct it by bringing my tailbone and glutes underneath me. Use your lower core and glutes to “scoop” forward into your quads. It sounds silly, but trust me, you will feel it. Hamstrings provide stability and counter tension to help you stay standing.
  • You know what I am going to say about your upper body—keep those shoulders rooted into your rib cage! Same Tadasana arms, eyes forward (if you look down, other than to check your toes, it will throw you forward).

Utkatasana -> Sun A (minus Tadasana), stopping at Downward Facing Dog.

Sun B Warrior II Sequence

The sequence I am taking you through is the “standard” one that Core Power follows. But as I said previously, this can vary widely. However, these poses are foundational and show up time and again, so they are good for explanation.

Downward Dog transition to Three-Legged Dog (Tri Pada Adho Mukha Svanasana, Downward Facing Dog Splits)

three legged down dog Tri Pada Adho Mukha Svanasana

Three-Legged Downward Facing Dog is “simply” the raising of one leg back and up. Like Tadasana is “simply” standing  😉

Key points:

  • This sequence “always” starts on the right. Something that I picked up from a long ago teacher was to bring your knee forward (also works your core, natch), and then to sweep my right leg back and up. Keep your foot flexed (remember, you are “still” in down dog, right?) and “kick” the back wall where it meets the ceiling. You will feel it in your hamstrings, so be gentle (as you should be with everything) the first time through.
  • EVERYTHING, and I mean it, everything about the rest of your body should remain in down dog (see Sun A explanation). The biggest, and I mean BIGGEST mistake, that I see here is that people go for height with their lifted leg, rather than correct form. I cannot stress this enough:
    • Keep your hips parallel to the ground. Do not rotate your pelvis open and point your toes because you think that it will get you extra credit to have the highest feet and show off your nail polish. No one cares, and they would prefer you keep that area to yourself, thank you. Having a mirror for this is extremely helpful—you will find that you need to correct much more than you think in order to maintain your hips to the ground. Honestly, it simply takes proper practice.

3 leg dog

Three-Legged Dog Transition to Low Lunge (Anjaneyansana)

anjaneyasana low lunge yoga

  • Scoop your belly and chest up (like a cat) and place the previously raised foot between your hands. The goal is to never touch the ground until you are placing that foot flat down (maintain the down dog flex!).
  • Keep the rest of your body engaged throughout, neck straight (don’t look forward). Optimally, the rear leg will be straight.

Low Lunge Transition to Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II)

Virabhadrasana warrior 2 yoga pose

One way of thinking about this part of the sequence is that you are “opening” or “blossoming” up into Warrior II.  I will break this down, but in my experience, I have found it helpful to shift my rear foot position as I rise, rather than statically fixing things piece by piece. I also have no shame in rising up a bit higher and easing into a proper Warrior II, particularly if I am not warmed up yet.

  • Feet:
    • The forward foot will remain the same, the rear foot will pivot away from your center line about 45*-60*, perhaps even 90*. When looking in the mirror, your front heel should line up with the arch of your back foot.
  • Legs and Knees:
    • Maintain as much of the low lunge position you had earlier as possible. The front knee should not go past your toe.
    • HUGE point here: Keep your knee on line with your foot instead of letting it fall in, out, or wherever. Mirrors for this are imperative until you have it right. Think of keeping the nub of the interior of your knee just to the right of your right big toe—ie, you should be able to see toenail, and your thighs rotated up and out (think again about opening, rather than collapsing). You will feel this in your outer thigh potentially.
  • Hips:
    • Now is the time to show your business to the class (but really, it is pointed down). Aim to have your hips as straight front to back and side to side (like cross hairs), and avoid scooping out your booty like a duck. Keeping your tailbone pointed down will help protect your back, avoid booty outage, and also will help you iron out your hips by engaging you glutes and lower core (which will also make you more solid over all).

warrior 2 front

  • Torso:
    • Where should your shoulders be? You guessed it—rooted. But this time, also sweep your arms and chest open, and do the same things with your shoulders that you are doing with your hips—open and on line (and directly lined up from the side as well).
    • Arms are open and powerful (engage your triceps) but gentle. Palms face ground. I think this is such a graceful pose—I find power in the beauty and softness of it, as well as the strength.
  • Head:
    • Look forward like a ballerina.

Warrior II Transition to Extended Side Angle (Utthita Parsvakonasana)

Utthita Parsvakonasana extended side angle suzlyfe yoga

  • From W2, tilt forward as if your arms are made of rope and someone is pulling you forward. When you are as far forward as possible, “tick tock” your arms and reach for the sky and ground (lower arm to the inside of legs). Turn your head and look at your raised hand, palms same directions as hips.
  • Common mistake—many think that this is about the act of reaching the ground, but it is actually about the expansion of your side body. **same with triangle** Am I flexible enough to get my hand flat on the ground? Sure. But if you notice, I don’t. Rather, I go for the “angle” (hence the name) and line from foot to head, sink into my front hips and lunge—this is a fantastic hip opener for me when I wake up!—and then I lift my ribcage up up up until I feel a stretch in my obliques. Use your lower oblique to help push you into the opposite one (by lifting up). Otherwise, follow Warrior II.

Extended Side Angle Transition to Reverse Warrior (Viparita Virabhadrasana)

reverse warrior yoga Viparita Virabhadrasana

  • From ESA, rotate your torso up and back (like you are on a wheel), and seek the counter stretch of ESA on the other side of your body. Gentle but engaged arms and push/pull to the rear wall/ceiling junction, hands shine down like a ballerina, gaze up to the raised hand.
  • You can either keep you lower hand to your back leg or go for a gentle bind, which will also help you stay open through your torso and chest. I prefer to go for the gentle bind, myself, by bringing by lower arm behind my back.
  • RECOMMIT TO YOUR LUNGE, FOOLS. Ideally, you should only move from the waist up in this pose.

Reverse Warrior Transition to High Plank

  • Windmill your arms down to either side of your front foot as you pivot on your rear foot and release your heel from the floor so that it can face forward. See previous explanation for pointers. Scoop back up like a cat and try to bring the front foot back without swiping it on your mat (this is a lot of core work and back opening).

High Plank Transition to Chaturanga or Ekapada dandasana

chaturanga suzlyfe yoga clinic

See Previous post for notes on posture–my hips are a bit high.

  • Two options: return to high plank and proceed through Chaturanga, or go through Ekapada (which is my preference), by keeping your previously forward foot raised (engage your glutes and hammies) through your Chaturanga until you get to Up dog, when you are again with equal weight on feet and palms.

Chaturanga back to Down Dog, repeat other side, complete sequence detailed in Sun A explanation, but end back in Chair pose rather than Tadasana.

 Again, please remember that I am only explaining one version of Sun B (there are unlimited) and I am not going as into modifications as I could be.  Do not push your body too far or too fast—do what you can, until you can progress further! And remember as well, the first time through may be blegh, but once you are nice and warmed up (especially with your hips) as well as stronger, you will find that you can do much more!

My final post next week will look at Triangle as well as discuss how to incorporate these poses into your practice and life. I know it was a long one today, thank you for sticking around! Happy Mardi Gras! 

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What are you doing for Mardi Gras, if anything?

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  • Reply Heather @Fit n Cookies

    I didn’t even realize it was Mardi Gras today. Oops! I’m not doing much for it. I have to teach all day and teach at the gym tonight 😉 That’s a-ok with me. I’ll probably take the Fat Tuesday literally and eat the rest of the cookie cake 🙂
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    February 17, 2015 at 6:36 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      And this is why we are friends.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:54 pm
  • Reply Bri

    Loving your yoga clinic tips! They’re so helpful 🙂 Often in class things are moving so fast that the teacher doesn’t have time to fully explain poses/correct form, so this is great 🙂
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    February 17, 2015 at 6:51 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      So glad to hear that (not that they are moving too fast, but the helpful aspect, obvs). I started to realize that I was losing form when I went back to a C1 just to stretch out and it made me see what bad habits I had developed!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:55 pm
  • Reply Courtney Violet Bentley

    I love thees photos because I can actually see your entire body and can see how to position my feet which is what always gets me confused! I will try this out in the AM so I can start my day in a yoga/zen state instead of all over the place like most days! Thank you for sharing!! xo C
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    February 17, 2015 at 6:58 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Perfection! I want to hear how it works out!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:56 pm
  • Reply Farrah

    I apparently get the day off today because my dean is a humane human being and doesn’t want me careening down the ginormous hill I live on to get to rotations, so I’m gonna be trying this out today after I get some studying done!

    (I had no idea today was Mardi Gras, but then again, I don’t know what holidays are anymore, so I guess it’s not so surprising, haha.)
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    February 17, 2015 at 7:08 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      No class = rager. But no injuries, please.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:56 pm
  • Reply jess meddows

    Suz, your yoga clinic really has been such a fantastic series. I’m going back and re-reading the Sun Salutation A after this! The thing I struggle the most with Sun Salutation B is that lunge! I am trying to get flexibility back into the hamstring I tore in Nov 2013, but gosh does it make the transition hard, I can never seem to get it through to place my foot next to my hands in the one movement.
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    February 17, 2015 at 7:14 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      I understand–I pulled my hamstring last year and the only that you can do is give it time. But keep working at it, gentle pressure but not too much, and you will get there.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:57 pm
  • Reply Stacie @ SimplySouthernStacie

    I always struggle with chaturunga because I have the upper body strength of a newborn. You look so strong and solid in that pose. I normally just flop down to the ground mid way through.
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    February 17, 2015 at 7:21 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      But as you continue to work at it, you will get stronger and stronger! Maybe get to toddler stage!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:58 pm
  • Reply Sue @ This Mama Runs for Cupcakes

    Three legged dog is one of the harder ones for me. I have a hard time keeping my hips square before opening it.
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    February 17, 2015 at 7:24 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      We all do!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:57 pm
  • Reply Hayley@healthyregardshayley

    This is some great info! I honestly try not to perfect my yoga moves as for me its about letting my body do whatever it feels like, haha!
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    February 17, 2015 at 7:25 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      There is nothing wrong with that! Yoga is all about doing what you body can, when it can, and how it can. And respecting your body is what it is all about.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:54 pm
  • Reply Pragati // Simple Medicine

    your Chaturanga is so picture perfect. Another great yoga clinic in the books!
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    February 17, 2015 at 7:32 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Seriously. Why don’t you follow me around and tell me that I am awesome all the time.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:53 pm
  • Reply Jamie @ Rise.Run.Mom.Repeat.

    Mmm…love me some vinyasa. I’m actually headed to a class in a few. 🙂
    My struggles come toward the end of class when my arms and shoulders are fatigued and don’t want to chaturanga. 😉
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    February 17, 2015 at 7:35 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      So true–because then you just start to get sloppy. And or fall over haha.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:50 pm
  • Reply Julie @ Running in a Skirt

    You are inspiring me to work on my Chaturanga. Mine is super lame! Once again, great job on these posts!
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    February 17, 2015 at 8:22 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Thanks lady! Chaturanga really has become one of my faves–it makes me feel really powerful 😀

      February 18, 2015 at 1:49 pm
  • Reply jill conyers

    Great info! This sequence makes me think of how hard I’m working on keeping my hips squared or stacked correctly when I need to. Making progress!
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    February 17, 2015 at 8:24 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Well that is the point!–plus it helps you stay engaged in the moment.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:49 pm
  • Reply Lisa @ Running Out Of Wine

    I really need to think about certain cues in alot of these poses, particularly with keeping my hips ad pelvis level in poses like three legged dog. Like I said before, its tough that we won’t have a mirror in our yoga studio.
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    February 17, 2015 at 8:34 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      So true. With 3legged dog, you have to kind of overcorrect regardless. Same with Warrior 3. Do some practice at home!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:49 pm
  • Reply Salt

    I love that you are going through these sequences step by step and your form is fantastic in them! I think this could be so useful especially for beginner yogis who might want to try all this at home before attempting to get up to speed in a studio class. <3
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    February 17, 2015 at 9:14 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Thanks boo! Your pics have been gorgeous for you #taketheleap poses. There’s a reason that I’m sticking to basics!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:48 pm
  • Reply Marissa @ Sass n' Dash

    This tutorial was super helpful. I’m trying to get back into yoga lately so this will be helpful. 🙂
    –> the hardest move for me is Chaturanga – I have no upper body strength.
    –> I am not sure what I’m doing for mardi gras yet! Hopefully a party or something?

    February 17, 2015 at 9:33 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      One fo the things that I like about Sun Salutations is that you can do chaturanga like crazy without even knowing it and build up strength that way! I hope these types really do help!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:47 pm
  • Reply Anna - Piper's Run

    Love these tips! Always great to go back to basics when you can’t remember what the basics are sometimes 😉
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    February 17, 2015 at 9:46 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      PREACH. Like relearning cursive 😀

      February 18, 2015 at 1:45 pm
  • Reply

    Thanks for the tutorial Susie, I’ve sent the link onto Lynne! 🙂 🙂 recently posted…Turkey and Broccoli Stir FryMy Profile

    February 17, 2015 at 9:46 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Yay! Tell her to come and tell me what she thinks!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:45 pm
  • Reply Sara @ Lake Shore Runner

    So much info – I need time to process! How about we have a private Sara & Suz yoga session? Sound good? Mmmmm k.
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    February 17, 2015 at 10:04 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Obvs! I told Erin that I would work with her this spring/summer! Long run + yoga + brunch Saturdays!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:45 pm
  • Reply Suzlyfe's mommy, Clare

    I wish i could still touch my toes when i bend over………..

    February 17, 2015 at 11:15 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      HEY extenuating circumstances!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:43 pm
  • Reply GiGi Eats

    I look like a decapitated monkey when I do yoga…… LOL
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    February 17, 2015 at 11:26 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Well that truly IS just awkward!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:44 pm
  • Reply Renee @ Bendiful Blog

    Let me gush again about how much I LOVE these posts. There is so much to learn and grow with yoga. I wish I could pronounce the names of these poses as well. You need to add the phonics version next to the names. These have also encouraged me to look for a similar clinic in my area. Knowledge is power sista!
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    February 17, 2015 at 11:42 am
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Honestly, I mostly stick with the English myself haha. Glad that they have encouraged you to take your practice even further!! LOVE that!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:44 pm
  • Reply Deborah @ Confessions of a Mother Runner

    You do make it look easy and graceful. I need to remember not to hinge too far over in chair pose. I kind of like having the mirror to check my position. Good tips!
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    February 17, 2015 at 12:30 pm
    • Reply suzlyfe

      I’m all about the mirror. I’ve been practicing without one at home, but it was lovely to get back in front of one the past few weeks at HPF!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:43 pm
  • Reply Lisa @ RunWiki

    I am a yoga retard- I know they say, it’s “practice” and work in progress and all of that, but I need someone right next to me telling me what to do- I always feel so great afterward.. like an internal massage.
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    February 17, 2015 at 1:22 pm
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Which is exactly what it is! To me, it really is like running–where sure, you can just go through the motions, or you can really engage. So don’t feel so retard, my lady!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:42 pm
  • Reply Jill

    Ahhhh yoga is so complicated! I thought yoga was supposed to be relaxing but I see now I was wrong! Hahaha I do enjoy this series even though I don’t practice. I think you would make a great teacher in any medium!
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    February 17, 2015 at 2:26 pm
    • Reply suzlyfe

      I tell you what, it truly is relaxing to me now that it is so second nature. Like how riding a bike is really really difficult until you get at home with it!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:42 pm
  • Reply Ashley @ A Lady Goes West

    Well this is incredibly thorough and helpful. I was looking for a specific tip that I NEVER hear mentioned in yoga class, and you included it. Keeping your body in downward dog, except for the leg that raises up for three-legged dog. I’ve found myself letting one hip slip up to get more height, and you’ve confirmed that is wrong. Thank you! Oh, and I love CorePower, in fact I took a C2 class last week!
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    February 17, 2015 at 2:49 pm
    • Reply suzlyfe

      I totally miss taking my C2 classes. I used to take a couple every week. But it is definitely about keep that hip square to the ground–often this is something that they will correct you on in a C1.5 but not in the C2, which is more flowing.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:41 pm
  • Reply Beth @ Running with the Sunrise

    Another great yoga post, Suz! One of my favorite things to do to intensify my chair pose is to sweep my hands down to my mat so that my fingertips just touch, then raise my torso back up, keeping my legs and hips low. It really gets the quads engaged! It took me so long to build up the strength to do a really good chaturanga, so that’s probably what I’ve struggled with most in my Sun Bs. 🙂
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    February 17, 2015 at 3:00 pm
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Hm, I will have to try that! But it makes so much since–forces you down forward and then back. Even though I have lost arm strength, I have still been able to hold a pretty good chaturanga. But I can definitely notice a difference as my strength as waxed and waned.

      February 18, 2015 at 1:39 pm
  • Reply Montana @ Pretty Lil Mudder

    First off, I love your descriptions. Why did I think of a Nelly song while you were telling us to keep the booty in? “Like girl I think my butt gettin big, oh!” Haha. Good times.

    That has got to be the hardest part for me though. My butt always wants to stick out. I have to be precise with my alignment and correcting my posture in the mirror most times in order to avoid butt stickage outage. Yes, I made that up. No shame.
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    February 17, 2015 at 5:19 pm
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Because we are friends. Going down down baby/bootybootybootybootybooty rockin everywheyah! Ain’t no shame in that!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:38 pm
  • Reply Jess @hellotofit

    Another awesome yoga clinic post 🙂 thanks, girlfran!
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    February 17, 2015 at 7:05 pm
    • Reply suzlyfe

      Thank you!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:37 pm
  • Reply Mattie @ Comfy & Confident

    Loving your yoga sequence tips! I am always looking for more guidance in class. This is so helpful!
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    February 17, 2015 at 8:52 pm
    • Reply suzlyfe

      So glad to hear that! I think that we could all use the help and a real break down of the poses!

      February 18, 2015 at 1:37 pm
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