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Yoga Sequence Builder

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  3. Drag and drop poses to reorder within tray as needed
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  • 1
    Tadasana
    Mountain Pose
    HP_209_Tadasana_70.jpg
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    Rest with hand in front of heart. Find breath pattern while sinking into feet, unlocking knees and lifting thighs upward.
  • 2
    Urdhva Hastasana
    Upward Salute
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    Inhale lift arms upward.
  • 3
    Uttanasana
    Standing Forward Bend
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    Exhale hinge at hips and swan dive follow heart toward the knees. head remains heavy.
  • 4
    Ardha Uttanasana
    Standing Half Forward Bend
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    Inhale Lift heart forward. Lengthen spine don't lock knees or lift the toes.
  • 5
    Uttanasana
    Standing Forward Bend
    HP_209_Uttanasana_70.jpg
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    Exhale fold as far forward as possible
  • 6
    Anjaneyasana
    Low Lunge
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    Inhale lunge back with your right foot. Exhale sink into your open hips and ground yourself in the posture. inhale lift the arms and open the heart. Exhale lower arms to the ground.
  • 7

    Plank Pose
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    Inhale to plank and hold for a breath (Exhale and Inhale)
  • 8
    Balasana
    Child's Pose
    HP_220_Balasana_70.jpg
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    Exhale and rest for three breaths
  • 9
    Bhujangasana
    Cobra Pose
    HP_MAR06_Bhujangasana_70.jpg
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    Inhale uncoil forward and shine the heart forward and upward
  • 10
    Adho Mukha Svanasana
    Downward-Facing Dog
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    Exhale dig toes into mat and lift the tailbone. Stretch the entire back of the body especially the spine.
  • 11
    Anjaneyasana
    Low Lunge
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    Inhale forward with the right leg. Exhale sink into your open hips and ground in the posture. Inhale lift the arms and open the heart. Exhale hand to the ground.
  • 12
    Uttanasana
    Standing Forward Bend
    HP_209_Uttanasana_70.jpg
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    Inhale the left leg forward and feet together. Exhale into the forward fold.
  • 13
    Urdhva Hastasana
    Upward Salute
    urdhvahastasana_thumb
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    Inhale reverse swan diving upward hands over head.
  • 14
    Tadasana
    Mountain Pose
    HP_209_Tadasana_70.jpg
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    Exhale hands to heart. Rest for three breaths. Repeat process lunging with the left leg. Alternate this process for three full sun salutations
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