We are back on for this week.
Here's the basic sequence we'll work from. Will probably add in a few more backbends and inversion variations and twists.
It is a Geeta sequence from Pune.
Parsvottansana arms extended forward and then bring back to feet extending the sides of torso
Prasarita padottansana II
Prasarita clasping hands behind back
Sirsasana, alternating clasp
Arm clasp behind back
AMVrk, hands regular and hands turned out.
Sirsasana II, coming up and down one leg at a time,
Tadasana interspersed stretching arms down to release neck.
Trikonasana (three times)
Uparvsakonasan looking at the differences between the two gravity not gravity work, extending sides,
Urdhva dharusana two or three times,
Then several from bolster
Then one dwipada vipartia dandasana
Bharadvagasana I on bolster
Sarvangasana really worked on getting lift in sides and arms down back by tipping over and really lifting the others.
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