Back with another
one of those block rocking beats week of our Creative Sequencing Project.
Get excited, this week is a good one.
We're incorporating the following three poses in any ol' way. We're sharing them on instagram with the hashtag #YBCsequence so we can stay inspired and get ideas for other ways to link poses together. Make sure to tag me @yogabycandace so I can see yours and say hey.
Pose 1: Sphinx pose. Click here for full details for how to do Sphinx Pose. It's a great way to begin to open up the chest, lengthen the front body and spine. Excellent for all levels.
Pose 2: Navasana pose. Navasana, aka boat pose, is fan-freaking-tastic for the core. The key here is to remember to keep the heart lifted and shoulder blades drawn toward one another. Feel free to play with it by bending the legs or rocking back and forth as I have in my sequence below.
Pose 3: Side plank pose. This is another goodie for the core. You'll want to make sure you lift lift lift the hips rather than letting then sink in toward the ground. If you're a beginner, take the option to bring the lower knee to the ground.
Below is my submission for this week's sequencing project. Broken down, my sequencing is:
-navasana, variation, roll back
-hook knee, bend bottom leg, float back into hurdlers pose
-downdog, ripple through spine into plank
-side plank variation, wild thing, flip to navasana on the other side and repeat
Let's talk Will you be participating? What's your favorite feel-good sequence?