Dynamic Flexibility24 min
You are never fixed in the type of flexibility you have at any given moment. Rather, flexibility is dynamic and possible for anyone. This sequence is for promoting your journey toward greater flexibility in your body. Starting in a forward fold with bent knees, we’ll make contact between the chest and thighs to tilt the pelvis forward and deepen the hip creases, lengthen the spine, and prepare the body. As we start to increase the breath, we’ll access and create space through the entire backside of the body, backs of the legs, chest, and shoulders. We’ll work through several variations to help increase flexibility throughout the body including Downdog, Cat and Cow, Low Lunge, Half Split, and Cow Face Pose.