In this class we are going to look at one of the most common transitions in yoga: stepping through from downward facing dog to lunge pose.
This transition requires lots of core strength. Don't be hard on yourself if you don't get it on the first try. It took me many hours of practice to be able to do this transition smoothly. Enjoy the process of building strength in your body. Be willing to laugh at yourself in the moments when you don't feel graceful. It's all a part of the journey.
LENGTH: 10 minutes
ABOUT THIS PRACTICE:
This quick class circulates prana (life force energy) through your body to give you a boost in physical energy and mental clarity.
A folded blanket under the knees to alleviate any knee discomfort. Blocks under the hands in table top pose to alleviate wrist discomfort.
POSES IN THIS SEQUENCE:
x cat/cow stretches
x bharmanasana - tabletop pose
x adho mukha svanasana - downward facing dog
x anjaneyasana - low lunge
x balasana - child’s pose