To clear your mind, energize your body, and focus on all you have to be thankful for, integrate these 8 poses into your practice.
Thanksgiving is a time of reflection and gratitude. To help you prepare for the holiday—or foster gratitude any time of year—we at Two Fit Moms are offering you eight asanas that will help you clear your mind, energize your body, and focus on all you have to be thankful for. Integrate these poses into your practice this week as you make time to reflect on all that is gracious and good.
See also Kathryn Budig’s Heart-Is-Full Flow
From Warrior I, clasp your hands behind your back. Squeeze your palms together and lengthen your spine. As you exhale, bow forward and bring your right shoulder to the inside of your right knee and the crown of your head toward the ground. Enjoy the stretch in your hips, inner thighs, and shoulders. Repeat on the other side.
See also Kathryn Budig’s Gratitudasana: Humble Flamingo