Down on 4

Get down, get down, get down on it. The mat is our best tool.

We keep our butts behind our knees to avoid pressure on our kneecaps.

Hands & Knees

And elbows too. A yoga classic, cat-cow, and I’ve added to a lot so we get more from this great stable way of moving.

We move in these very stable and anchored positions to open and engage your shoulders, back and hips.

Plank

Legs wide for stability and motion and arms straight to engage core and shoulders

Upward Dog

Extend our backs and open the front of our hips and engage your shoulders and butts

Lunge

On all four for stability

Bent Lunge

With great care to avoid pressure on the knee cap

Pigeon

Extend your butt and open the front of your hip in a stable position that supports the knee

Half Moon

Just for fun. Because we can. It’s fun to guide you in doing this in a stable way.