This yogis will go towards the highest point in heaven as it greets the Sun this morning.
Today celebrates the summer day while living the longest day of the southern hemisphere.
In Perth, the solstice will occur at about 6.23 hours after sunrise and at 12.14, the Sun will be at the highest point of 12 months.
About Perth, yoga studios offer classes around summer day with an annual tradition of respecting the sun.
Victoria Park's Yab Yum Yoga Last night, a Didgeridoo Pranayama session focused on breathing exercises.
The owner of the studio, Sam Flemming, said it was an important time in yoga practice as he marked a seasonal change in the summer season.
"There is a strong part of the seasons to be surrendered to the yoga, so it's a really powerful time to get in touch with ourselves when we are at the top of the sun, and our intentions," he said.
"It's a good time to start a new life and take a momentous step, even if we do not know it, all of us have a birth relationship with the Earth and its season."
Perth Observatory spokeswoman Matt Vuds said the summer noon was formed when the Earth's south pole hit the Sun at 23.5 degrees Celsius.
"Today, the Southern Hemisphere is oriented toward the Sun, and we will have the longest day of the year."
"The orbit of the Earth is not perfectly circular, and the summer sun falls within two weeks of our closest approach to the sun."
Mr. Vuds said that the perihelion would take place on January 3 where the Earth is near the Sun.
The southern hemisphere today will have more than four hours and 12 minutes more sunshine than on the day of June 21.