Corpse Pose, variation
Sweep your left leg around and stack your left shin on top of your right, feet flexed. Press your hands down by your hips and scoot your hips back a few inches. Lift your heart high as you inhale and broaden your chest. Ride your exhalation down as you fold forward. Rest your forearms on a block, or the floor. Unwind, return to Downward Dog, and repeat the first four poses on the left.
Come to all fours and rest on your forearms. Widen your knees as far apart as you can, with thighs perpendicular to your torso and knees bent at 90 degrees. Flex your feet. Stay lifted on your forearms, or stack your hands to create a pillow to rest your forehead on. Find a balance of effort and ease. Let yourself expand with joyous breath. Slide forward to your belly and gently roll over onto your back. Place a block under your sacrum to lengthen your tailbone and counter the sequence’s deep hip opening. Let your feet fall out to the sides. Extend your arms along your body. Let go of Ujjayi breath and come back to breathing naturally. Relax and receive the gifts of your practice.
See also Corpse Pose