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In this video, Shiva Rea shares a beautiful sequence called a Soma Mandala Namaskar, or Moon Salutation, from her energetic vinyasa style, Prana Flow.

It includes spontaneous movement, inner meditation, and unique asanas to cultivate the flow of soma, or lunar, nectar.

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I spent an additional 10 minutes calming myself and sending love and prayers to Shiva, thanking her for her attempt to share with us. Shiva Rea seems to be floating in her own world while we are left with little to no instructions. I just finished the 45 mins solar flow and I don t even feel like I worked out at all. I like the variety in this podcast, but I guess I didn t realize that it was essentially split into two classes- one solar and one shorter lunar. The class definitely has the Shiva Rea movement quality in that she has you do a lot of wave pattern with your body, almost never static poses.

That said, I kind of liked rolling into the lunar part as a form of cooldown, and I ll use this podcast again. If you are looking for a nice, restorative flow for your practice during your moontime, look elsewhere.But, if you are looking for a gentle, calming moving mediation, this might be right for you!I enjoyed it as it brought calm and restoration to my body, but I really wanted to move around on my mat more; that is the only reason I gave it four stars.Her voice did get softer and louder a few times like other reviewers mentioned, but, to me, it wasn t that distracting. In fact, music and movement are key to her unique style of yoga based on Krishnamacharya’s teachings, Tantra, Ayurveda, and bhakti.