Transcribed from Notes taken by Chris Saudek, in October 2009. The following sequences were given to students of the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute in Pune, India. The institute was closed for a week during the summer due to an excessive number of cases of the flu in Pune.

Asana to be practiced to increase your immunity
Morning Practice
Uttanasana, 5 minutes (crown of the head supported)
Adho Mukha Svanasana, 5 minutes (done with ropes or 2 minutes, rest, 2
2 minutes)
Prasarita Padottanasana, 3 minutes (crown of head on floor or block)
Sirsasana, 10-15 minutes with 5 minutes straight and 10 minutes variations
(in class we did 5 minutes in middle or at wall and then 10 minutes
of rope Sirsasana)
Viparita Dandasana on your bed with head down, 5 minutes (in class we did
this on a chair with feet on a tall block at the wall, hands holding the back legs of the chair)
Sarvangasana, 10 minutes
Halasana, 5 minutes
Sarvangasana cycle, 5 minutes
(for the above 3 poses we did chair Sarvangasana, 5-7 minutes, Ardha Halasana, 5 minutes, came back to Sarvangasana and did a few varia-
tions)
Setu Bandha Sarvangasana,5minutes
Viparita Karani, 5 minutes
Savasana with Viloma or Ujjayi Pranayama, 10 minutes

Evening Practice
Sirsasana, 10 minutes
Sarvangasana, 10 minutes
Halasana, 5 minutes
Setubandha Sarvangasana, 10 minutes
Savasana with Viloma or Ujayi Pranayama, 10 minutes