Low Lunge | Anjaneyasana Instructions Come to an all fours, table top position. Take a moment to bring the knees to hip distance apart. Coming up on the finger tips, move the right foot forward to come on the inside of the right hand. Take a moment to make sure the right knee is now stacked over the right ankle and the knee is tracking the middle toes. The back hip will move forward away from the stack of the back knee into a deep lunge. There are two options for the position of the back foot. It may feel more stable to have the back toes curled under or you may want to rest on the top of the foot. Lengthen through the top of the head to elongate the spine. While pressing firmly into your base. Inhale taking the right hand ontop of the thigh and the left hand ontop of that. Take a moment here to find your balance and engage the tummy muscles (thinking of having a corset around the …
Yoga is the most well rounded and adaptive form of exercise there is. If you ever wondered why people who do Yoga are so evangelical about it, the simple answer is because it’s amazing! Whatever stage of life you are at, whatever state of mind you are in, whatever type of body you have and whatever level of fitness you are at, Yoga is the answer.
I know this is such a cliché coming from a yoga teacher, but I often feel like there is nothing yoga can’t do! I am super excited to teach beautiful expectant mothers in my upcoming prenatal course.
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