Is the sun salutation an appropriate stretch sequence for nighttime too?

Ramon U.
It can be, but slow it down, and spend a few breaths in child’s pose after downward dog. Generally speaking, the sun salutation is a practice for the morning, but you can make it an evening practice if you take it slow and rest extra.

Brandie Q.
I think so. It opens up and makes me feel relaxed. It gets my breathing in harmony – suitable for a day ahead or relaxing sleep.

Salviano T.
Absolutely
Love your idea
Those stretches may help deter muscle spasms at night
As well help the body relax for good nights rest

Karl Otto O.
Absolutely! It opens the heart and stretches the chest making me more open to receiving. In the morning it is the day that you are receiving – in the night it is the gift of rest and relaxation. The gift of dreams and the chance to re-charge.