It’s a total eclipse of the sun! Well, for some, anyway. On August 21, the moon will pass in front of the sun, resulting in a total solar eclipse viewable in certain parts of the United States. Whether or not you’re one of the lucky Americans who get to see the moon cover the sun, take the day to set intentions and practice yoga, even for 10 minutes, to positively shift your world anew with the power of the solar eclipse.
Do your best to practice at least one day before, during or one day after the solar eclipse takes place. Step outside, place your mat on Mother Earth and stand in Tadasana — Mountain pose. Set your intention to the new moon, flow through your favorite Sun Salutation, connect with your higher self and incorporate these five poses I shot with fellow yogi Allie Michelle. And, find me on Instagram for more!