Start at warrior two straighten out the front leg hinge forward and turn into triangle pose. Stack the shoulders option to have the hand on the hip or behind your back.
Hands to the heart bring your foot to the inside of your calf or thigh. Really press the foot into your calf or thigh keep the hips open.
Hands at the heart bend both legs then bring your left ankle to your right knee. You can continoue to go as low as you like.
Start at a Downward Facing Dog slowly begin to shorten the pose by walking your feet towards your hands. Leave your favorite foot about two feet in front of the other then begin to launch off of the front leg, engage your core as you come up hold the arms straight.
Come to standing on your knee's leaving room between you feet and legs begin to push your pelvis forward. Still pressing down into you feet and shins bring your hands on your hips push yourself forward a bit, open up the chest bring the shoulder blades towards one another option to look up.
Bring the knees out wide allow the big toes to touch, relax your forehead on your mat and stretch your arms out in front of you. Don't under estimate this pose there is power in it. They say the strongest Yogi in the room will be in Child's pose while everyone else is in Down Dog.
Exhale round your spine look towards your belly button push through your hands for Cat.
Inhale look up bring the shoulder blades towards each other arch your back for Cow.
Making sure your front knee is over your ankle, you are on the ball of your back foot, arms are up relaxing the shoulders.
Starting in plank without moving your hands and feet take it back to your downward facing dog, leaving three or four inches between your feet, push through your hands through your arms.
Starting in plank bring your left foot to the outside of your left hand, extend the back leg, if your doing well here and want more, maybe bring your back knee down and come down to your forearms.
Choose a leg to balance on then bring your arms up, begin to tilt slowly bringing the opposite leg off the floor making sure your big toe is pointing down towards the floor.
This is your best friend. It's a push up position a.k.a plank. Do it often engage your core and breathe.
Starting in pigeon Imani bends his back leg and reaches back to grab his foot with both hands he keeps his chest open and relaxes the shoulders.
Beginning in a yogi squat Imani brings his hands down to his mat leans forward looking forward while squeezing his knees into his triceps.
Interlacing his hands behind his head Imani began in Dolphins Pose and walked his feet forward until he was in an egg shape, he then started to straighten up the legs while engage his core for his Supported Head Stand.
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Starting from Warrior || flip your front palm rest your back hand on your leg and take it back Reversing your warrior.
Starting at Warrior || come to an Extended Side Angle, then launch off your back foot bringing your hand to the outside of your pinky toe.
Jeanette brought her left ankle to her right hip, made a V shape with her left leg, dropping that back knee down un-tucking her back foot, she then inhaled her arms up to the sky for Pigeon Pose.