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April 27, 2015
Axiom's ideas are great. If you want something that flows, but is easy on the bodies of your students, you can always slow your vinyasa sequence down. If it's in the evening, you may want to go with a lunar sequence. The variety of postures in a Vinyasa Yoga flow or an Ashtanga series will make it easier on the body the following day becuse no single group of muscles should be over taxed.
High numbers of Sun Salutations do tax the leg biceps. It would be hard to time the 108 Sun Salutations down to 90 minutes exactly. Your better to practice the Sun Salutations up to the 90 minute mark and close of your last sequence at that number.
Best of luck,
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