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Standing Splits

Posted on Nov 8th, 2011
From Half-Moon Pose, turn the torso toward the standing leg and bring your nose toward your knee. Place your hands on the floor, framing your foot. Hips are now square to the floor. Keep your lifted leg extended high into the sky, reaching out through the toes. For an added challenge, bring one or both hands to the ankle of the standing leg. …Read more

Horse Pose

Posted on Nov 29th, 2011
Stand with your legs wide and turned out. Bend your knees and sink your hips, keeping your knees over your feet. Hands are at heart center in Prayer Position. Keep your back vertical and your pelvis tucked under. Avoid sticking your rear end out behind you. For an added challenge, rise to the balls of your feet. …Read more

Standing Straddle Bend

Posted on Nov 25th, 2011
From Triangle Pose, rise up to standing, arms at shoulder height. Bring feet parallel, turned in slightly. As you exhale, hinge forward from the hips, reaching for your calves, ankles, or outside of your feet. Roll your weight forward, with your hips over your heels. Hold for 5-10 breaths. To properly come out of the pose, slightly bend your knees, …Read more

Triangle Pose Right

Posted on Nov 12th, 2011
From Warrior II, straighten your front leg. Your front foot should be facing front, and your beck foot should be turned to a 45-degree angle. Shift your hips toward the back leg, and reach your front arm forward. Reach your hand to the shin, ankle, or floor. Extend your other arm high to the sky. Gaze can be out, up, or down. Keep your pelvis neutral…Read more

Prowling Tiger

Posted on Nov 24th, 2011
From Table position (hands and knees), gaze down between the hands. Shift your weight into the left hand as you extend the right arm forward, parallel to the ground. Then, shift your weight into the right knee, as you extend your left leg back behind you, parallel to the ground; keep the foot flexed, with the toes facing the ground. Keep your spine long…Read more

Side Reclining Leg Lift

Posted on Dec 22nd, 2011
Lie on the floor on your right side. Press actively through your right heel, flex the foot, and use the outside of the foot to stabilize yourself. Bend your right elbow and support your head in your palm. Slide the elbow away from your torso to stretch the armpit. Externally rotate your left leg so the toes point toward the ceiling, then bend and draw …Read more

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