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This Month's fun pose is a balancing pose. A challenging one, but a fun one, too! Even better, it is a hip opener, a core and back strengthener, and lengthens the hamstrings. Try it out next time as a variation in Extended Side Angle! To Start: Find a Warrior Pose II, with a bent left leg, right foot turned in slightly, and a firm, straight back leg. Inhale and take your arms to shoulder height. Begin to settle into Baddha Utthita Parsvakonasana, or Bound Extended Side Angle Pose. By bringing the left hand under the left leg to connect with the right hand behind your back, we find the "bind". Twist the torso and bring the gaze to the sky as the chest opens and the shoulders begin to stack.
Exhale and look down. Turn both your feet parallel and then carefully start to move them toward one another. Once the legs are close to hip distance, straighten them both and twist your torso to the right, keeping the bind and finding Baddha Uttanasana, or Bound Standing Forward Bend.
To Stand: Pour all of your weight into your right foot and start to lift your torso, bringing the left leg off the floor. Keep the supporting foot’s toes spread; your weight should be evenly distributed between the big toe, little toe, and inner and outer heel, maintaining 4 points of balance. Keep the lifted leg bent in this Svarga Dvijasana variation—Bird of Paradise with a bent leg. To Extend: Open the chest and extend the lifted leg to the side, being careful not to swing the supporting hip out to the side. You’re aiming to find stability and ease in equal measure. Open your chest proudly, engaging the muscles across your back to hold your heart high. If you start to teeter, revert to a bent left leg and regain stability in the right leg by pressing evenly into all four corners of the standing foot and visualizing a line down the middle of the body that you are hugging into.
I have been going to Yogabar for only a week, and I already feel stronger and more in tune with my body. I am a zumba fanatic, so this was a step out of my comfort zone. But I love the atmosphere and how it really challenges my body. Thanks Yogabar!
Phenomenal instructors with caring childcare available Mon thru Friday mornings. It's a great break in my day and my "me" time. Very inviting & positive atmosphere where I can challenge myself! Highly recommend! No other place like this!
Absolutely loved my first class of Barre Fusion! It was great to feel the sweat AND the burn day after! Can't wait for next week & to start trying more classes & learning more yoga!