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- Last Day of #managethedamage #yogachallenge posts for #2017 🤘 For those yogis who followed @emilygraceacupuncture and I and participated, today is a #wildcard #yogaposture - practice any posture that you love the most and take a pic and post it! Tag us and we’ll enter your name into a drawing to win free nutrition samples from #arbonne and an ear seed kit (DIY pressure points that are therapeutic) 😌 . Today’s #nutrition tip is to eat food that fuels you and makes you feel like a superhero💪 Whats your “go-to” food that makes you feel happy, alive, and unstoppable? Know that you are #oneofakind and you’re here to live out your #bestlife - THANK YOU for playing! #love . . . . #inspirational #limitededition #powerful #endlesspossibilities #abundance #bemoreyou #domore #havemore #givemore #bemore #bettertogether #sponsoredbyarbonne #arbonne #bossbabe #love #community
- Last Day of #managethedamage #yogachallenge posts for #2017 🤘 For those yogis who followed @emilygraceacupuncture and I and participated, today is a #wildcard #yogaposture - practice any posture that you love the most and take a pic and post it! Tag us and we’ll enter your name into a drawing to win free nutrition samples from #arbonne and an ear seed kit (DIY pressure points that are therapeutic) 😌 . Today’s #nutrition tip is to eat food that fuels you and makes you feel like a superhero💪 Whats your “go-to” food that makes you feel happy, alive, and unstoppable? Know that you are #oneofakind and you’re here to live out your #bestlife - THANK YOU for playing! #love . . . . #inspirational #limitededition #powerful #endlesspossibilities #abundance #bemoreyou #domore #havemore #givemore #bemore #bettertogether #sponsoredbyarbonne #arbonne #bossbabe #love #community
- Last Day of #managethedamage #yogachallenge posts for #2017 🤘 For those yogis who followed @emilygraceacupuncture and I and participated, today is a #wildcard #yogaposture - practice any posture that you love the most and take a pic and post it! Tag us and we’ll enter your name into a drawing to win free nutrition samples from #arbonne and an ear seed kit (DIY pressure points that are therapeutic) 😌 . Today’s #nutrition tip is to eat food that fuels you and makes you feel like a superhero💪 Whats your “go-to” food that makes you feel happy, alive, and unstoppable? Know that you are #oneofakind and you’re here to live out your #bestlife - THANK YOU for playing! #love . . . . #inspirational #limitededition #powerful #endlesspossibilities #abundance #bemoreyou #domore #havemore #givemore #bemore #bettertogether #sponsoredbyarbonne #arbonne #bossbabe #love #community
- FINISHING BACKBEND SEQUENCE of ASHTANGA YOGA. _ New video course. _ Available December 26th. _ Here is a sneak peek. _ - *Do you receive my newsletter? This Sunday the official trailer will be going out. If you'd like to receive it, and all the other awesome details about the course, you can subscribe to my newsletter. 👉🏽link in bio _ #backbend _ #dropback _ #tictac _ #ashtangayoga _ _ #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yogainspiration #asana #yogaposture #yogamom #yogapose #yogalove #yogaforeveryone #om #yogaformen #yogaman #yogateacher #yogainstructor#yogalover
- FINISHING BACKBEND SEQUENCE of ASHTANGA YOGA. _ New video course. _ Available December 26th. _ Here is a sneak peek. _ - *Do you receive my newsletter? This Sunday the official trailer will be going out. If you& #39;d like to receive it, and all the other awesome details about the course, you can subscribe to my newsletter. 👉🏽link in bio _ #backbend _ #dropback _ #tictac _ #ashtangayoga _ _ #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yogainspiration #asana #yogaposture #yogamom #yogapose #yogalove #yogaforeveryone #om #yogaformen #yogaman #yogateacher #yogainstructor #yogalover
- FINISHING BACKBEND SEQUENCE of ASHTANGA YOGA. _ New video course. _ Available December 26th. _ Here is a sneak peek. _ - *Do you receive my newsletter? This Sunday the official trailer will be going out. If you'd like to receive it, and all the other awesome details about the course, you can subscribe to my newsletter. 👉🏽link in bio _ #backbend _ #dropback _ #tictac _ #ashtangayoga _ _ #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yogainspiration #asana #yogaposture #yogamom #yogapose #yogalove #yogaforeveryone #om #yogaformen #yogaman #yogateacher #yogainstructor#yogalover
- FINISHING BACKBEND SEQUENCE of ASHTANGA YOGA. _ New video course. _ Available December 26th. _ Here is a sneak peek. _ - *Do you receive my newsletter? This Sunday the official trailer will be going out. If you'd like to receive it, and all the other awesome details about the course, you can subscribe to my newsletter. 👉🏽link in bio _ #backbend _ #dropback _ #tictac _ #ashtangayoga _ _ #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yogainspiration #asana #yogaposture #yogamom #yogapose #yogalove #yogaforeveryone #om #yogaformen #yogaman #yogateacher #yogainstructor#yogalover
- FINISHING BACKBEND SEQUENCE of ASHTANGA YOGA. _ New video course. _ Available December 26th. _ Here is a sneak peek. _ - *Do you receive my newsletter? This Sunday the official trailer will be going out. If you& #39;d like to receive it, and all the other awesome details about the course, you can subscribe to my newsletter. 👉🏽link in bio _ #backbend _ #dropback _ #tictac _ #ashtangayoga _ _ #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yogainspiration #asana #yogaposture #yogamom #yogapose #yogalove #yogaforeveryone #om #yogaformen #yogaman #yogateacher #yogainstructor #yogalover
- FINISHING BACKBEND SEQUENCE of ASHTANGA YOGA. _ New video course. _ Available December 26th. _ Here is a sneak peek. _ - *Do you receive my newsletter? This Sunday the official trailer will be going out. If you'd like to receive it, and all the other awesome details about the course, you can subscribe to my newsletter. 👉🏽link in bio _ #backbend _ #dropback _ #tictac _ #ashtangayoga _ _ #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yoga #hathayoga #asana #yogaeverydamnday #yogainspiration #asana #yogaposture #yogamom #yogapose #yogalove #yogaforeveryone #om #yogaformen #yogaman #yogateacher #yogainstructor#yogalover
- Tolasana. Postura da Balança. Neste prolongamento do lótus, as nádegas são elevadas do solo. Esta postura aumenta a força nos ombros, como também dos braços e abdômen. O desafio é manter-se na postura de forma confortável por algumas respirações completas e sorrir. 🙏😊📿🕉🧘🏻‍♀️🙌🏻🌻 📿 #yoga #yogalifestyle #yogadreams #yogafun #yogaposes #yogaposture #yogaasanas #yogaforlife #yogamefazbem #yogamefazfeliz #yogatododiaesempre #yogaforthemind #yogaforyoursoul 📸 @studiobrunojordao look: @modazazori
- Tolasana. Postura da Balança. Neste prolongamento do lótus, as nádegas são elevadas do solo. Esta postura aumenta a força nos ombros, como também dos braços e abdômen. O desafio é manter-se na postura de forma confortável por algumas respirações completas e sorrir. 🙏😊📿🕉🧘🏻‍♀️🙌🏻🌻 📿 #yoga #yogalifestyle #yogadreams #yogafun #yogaposes #yogaposture #yogaasanas #yogaforlife #yogamefazbem #yogamefazfeliz #yogatododiaesempre #yogaforthemind #yogaforyoursoul 📸 @studiobrunojordao look: @modazazori
- Tolasana. Postura da Balança. Neste prolongamento do lótus, as nádegas são elevadas do solo. Esta postura aumenta a força nos ombros, como também dos braços e abdômen. O desafio é manter-se na postura de forma confortável por algumas respirações completas e sorrir. 🙏😊📿🕉🧘🏻‍♀️🙌🏻🌻 📿 #yoga #yogalifestyle #yogadreams #yogafun #yogaposes #yogaposture #yogaasanas #yogaforlife #yogamefazbem #yogamefazfeliz #yogatododiaesempre #yogaforthemind #yogaforyoursoul 📸 @studiobrunojordao look: @modazazori
- 🍞🍊BREAKFAST☕🍓 Je voulais juste vous souhaiter une magnifique journée !!! Restez motiver, le sourire est votre meilleur allié, gardez vos objectifs en tête, ne baissez pas les bras malgré les fêtes/les verres en trop/le ventre plein. Gardez confiance en vous et en votre corps c'est le meilleur moyen de ne pas stocker car votre corps n'aura pas de stress... Sur ce des bisous!!!😁😁 #fit #fitness #fitgirl #fitmom #motivation #healthy #healthyfood #instahealthy #instarun #running #run #mangerplusmangermieux #repashealthy #repassain #mangersainement #besoindemangersaineement #body #motivation #nopainnogain #nerienlacher #yoga #yogaposture #body #instayoga #yogafam #fitfam
- 🍞🍊BREAKFAST☕🍓 Je voulais juste vous souhaiter une magnifique journée !!! Restez motiver, le sourire est votre meilleur allié, gardez vos objectifs en tête, ne baissez pas les bras malgré les fêtes/les verres en trop/le ventre plein. Gardez confiance en vous et en votre corps c& #39;est le meilleur moyen de ne pas stocker car votre corps n& #39;aura pas de stress... Sur ce des bisous!!!😁😁 #fit #fitness #fitgirl #fitmom #motivation #healthy #healthyfood #instahealthy #instarun #running #run #mangerplusmangermieux #repashealthy #repassain #mangersainement #besoindemangersaineement #body #motivation #nopainnogain #nerienlacher #yoga #yogaposture #body #instayoga #yogafam #fitfam
- 🍞🍊BREAKFAST☕🍓 Je voulais juste vous souhaiter une magnifique journée !!! Restez motiver, le sourire est votre meilleur allié, gardez vos objectifs en tête, ne baissez pas les bras malgré les fêtes/les verres en trop/le ventre plein. Gardez confiance en vous et en votre corps c'est le meilleur moyen de ne pas stocker car votre corps n'aura pas de stress... Sur ce des bisous!!!😁😁 #fit #fitness #fitgirl #fitmom #motivation #healthy #healthyfood #instahealthy #instarun #running #run #mangerplusmangermieux #repashealthy #repassain #mangersainement #besoindemangersaineement #body #motivation #nopainnogain #nerienlacher #yoga #yogaposture #body #instayoga #yogafam #fitfam
- REPOST from @yogajournal #Repost @lizarch ・・・ Welcome to Day 4 of #YJChallengePoses! Now that we’ve got Plank and Forearm Plank mastered, it’s time to kick it up a notch with a core and shoulder-blasting variation that I picked up from the one and only @ellavateyoga 🙏🏼 Grab two blocks and set them up in an L-shape with the flat surface facing your body. From a Tabletop position, lower down onto your forearms, keeping the blocks between your arms. Position the blocks so they are just slightly forward of your elbow creases on the lower arms. If the blocks are positioned higher up on the biceps, re-position so they are on the lower arm. Spread your fingers wide, hug your forearms into the blocks and feel your shoulder blades protracting across your upper back. This action activates your serratus anterior muscles, which are powerful stabilizers of the shoulder. Step back one foot at a time to Forearm Plank, keeping the blocks between the forearms. Take an inhalation and feel ribs hugging in as your tailbone lengthens toward your heels. On an exhalation, root down vigorously through your thumb and index, squeeze the blocks with the forearms and simultaneously see if you can lift the blocks off the floor into a hollow body plank position. On your next inhalation, slowly lower the forearms back to the floor, keeping the blocks gripped between the arms. The goal is not to drop the blocks. Repeat for 5-10 reps. A common problem for many people is their elbows splay out when moving into Dolphin or Pincha Mayurasana, so they wrap a strap around their outer arms to prevent the elbows from going wide. I’m not against using straps when necessary, but know that a strap can encourage you to push out, instead of hug in. When you remove the strap, the elbows go wide again. The drill above encourages you to build strength by hugging in, which will help you find freedom from the strap once we begin moving upside down! Note: if you have a smaller frame, try using one block instead of two. ➡️Post your progress and use #YJChallengePoses and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming #YJLIVE #Florida workshop and a
- REPOST from @yogajournal #Repost @lizarch ・・・ Welcome to Day 4 of #YJChallengePoses ! Now that we’ve got Plank and Forearm Plank mastered, it’s time to kick it up a notch with a core and shoulder-blasting variation that I picked up from the one and only @ellavateyoga 🙏🏼 Grab two blocks and set them up in an L-shape with the flat surface facing your body. From a Tabletop position, lower down onto your forearms, keeping the blocks between your arms. Position the blocks so they are just slightly forward of your elbow creases on the lower arms. If the blocks are positioned higher up on the biceps, re-position so they are on the lower arm. Spread your fingers wide, hug your forearms into the blocks and feel your shoulder blades protracting across your upper back. This action activates your serratus anterior muscles, which are powerful stabilizers of the shoulder. Step back one foot at a time to Forearm Plank, keeping the blocks between the forearms. Take an inhalation and feel ribs hugging in as your tailbone lengthens toward your heels. On an exhalation, root down vigorously through your thumb and index, squeeze the blocks with the forearms and simultaneously see if you can lift the blocks off the floor into a hollow body plank position. On your next inhalation, slowly lower the forearms back to the floor, keeping the blocks gripped between the arms. The goal is not to drop the blocks. Repeat for 5-10 reps. A common problem for many people is their elbows splay out when moving into Dolphin or Pincha Mayurasana, so they wrap a strap around their outer arms to prevent the elbows from going wide. I’m not against using straps when necessary, but know that a strap can encourage you to push out, instead of hug in. When you remove the strap, the elbows go wide again. The drill above encourages you to build strength by hugging in, which will help you find freedom from the strap once we begin moving upside down! Note: if you have a smaller frame, try using one block instead of two. ➡️Post your progress and use #YJChallengePoses and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming #YJLIVE #Florida workshop and a
- REPOST from @yogajournal #Repost @lizarch ・・・ Welcome to Day 4 of #YJChallengePoses! Now that we’ve got Plank and Forearm Plank mastered, it’s time to kick it up a notch with a core and shoulder-blasting variation that I picked up from the one and only @ellavateyoga 🙏🏼 Grab two blocks and set them up in an L-shape with the flat surface facing your body. From a Tabletop position, lower down onto your forearms, keeping the blocks between your arms. Position the blocks so they are just slightly forward of your elbow creases on the lower arms. If the blocks are positioned higher up on the biceps, re-position so they are on the lower arm. Spread your fingers wide, hug your forearms into the blocks and feel your shoulder blades protracting across your upper back. This action activates your serratus anterior muscles, which are powerful stabilizers of the shoulder. Step back one foot at a time to Forearm Plank, keeping the blocks between the forearms. Take an inhalation and feel ribs hugging in as your tailbone lengthens toward your heels. On an exhalation, root down vigorously through your thumb and index, squeeze the blocks with the forearms and simultaneously see if you can lift the blocks off the floor into a hollow body plank position. On your next inhalation, slowly lower the forearms back to the floor, keeping the blocks gripped between the arms. The goal is not to drop the blocks. Repeat for 5-10 reps. A common problem for many people is their elbows splay out when moving into Dolphin or Pincha Mayurasana, so they wrap a strap around their outer arms to prevent the elbows from going wide. I’m not against using straps when necessary, but know that a strap can encourage you to push out, instead of hug in. When you remove the strap, the elbows go wide again. The drill above encourages you to build strength by hugging in, which will help you find freedom from the strap once we begin moving upside down! Note: if you have a smaller frame, try using one block instead of two. ➡️Post your progress and use #YJChallengePoses and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming #YJLIVE #Florida workshop and a
- Reposted from @yogajournal @lizarch ・・・ Welcome to Day 6 of ! Head over to my Primal Yoga FB page, where I’ll be doing a special FB LIVE class working up to Pincha Mayurasana at 10am PT/1pm ET. ✨🙌🏻 We’ve prepped all week, and now we’re ready to flip upside down using the support of the wall. ➡️Roll your mat out with the short side against a wall. Sit in Dandasana facing the wall with your feet flexed, flat against the wall to measure your distance. Then flip around so you’re facing away from the wall and from a Tabletop position, place your elbows where your seat just was. Bring your forearms to the floor and plant your palms shoulder width-distance (or try a version with fingers interlaced). Root firmly down through your forearms and lift your shoulders away from the floor. On an exhalation lift your knees off the floor coming into dolphin. Lift one leg and place your foot firmly against the wall at hip height. Press into the wall as your engage your abdominals and step your other foot onto the wall forming an L-shape with your body. Make sure your shoulders are stacked directly over your elbows. Keep one foot actively pressing into the wall as you send the other leg straight up toward the sky. Flex or demi-point your foot and feel the energy rising through the spine and inner thigh of the lifted leg. Hold for a cycle of breath. Then repeat with the opposite leg. Walk both feet down the wall to exit, and rest in Child’s Pose. ➡️Post your progress and remember to use and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming workshop on mastering arm balances and inversions. (If you get your ticket now, you’ll receive my six-week course with YJ for FREE (a $200 value!). Link to info in my bio!
- Reposted from @yogajournal @lizarch ・・・ Welcome to Day 6 of ! Head over to my Primal Yoga FB page, where I’ll be doing a special FB LIVE class working up to Pincha Mayurasana at 10am PT/1pm ET. ✨🙌🏻 We’ve prepped all week, and now we’re ready to flip upside down using the support of the wall. ➡️Roll your mat out with the short side against a wall. Sit in Dandasana facing the wall with your feet flexed, flat against the wall to measure your distance. Then flip around so you’re facing away from the wall and from a Tabletop position, place your elbows where your seat just was. Bring your forearms to the floor and plant your palms shoulder width-distance (or try a version with fingers interlaced). Root firmly down through your forearms and lift your shoulders away from the floor. On an exhalation lift your knees off the floor coming into dolphin. Lift one leg and place your foot firmly against the wall at hip height. Press into the wall as your engage your abdominals and step your other foot onto the wall forming an L-shape with your body. Make sure your shoulders are stacked directly over your elbows. Keep one foot actively pressing into the wall as you send the other leg straight up toward the sky. Flex or demi-point your foot and feel the energy rising through the spine and inner thigh of the lifted leg. Hold for a cycle of breath. Then repeat with the opposite leg. Walk both feet down the wall to exit, and rest in Child’s Pose. ➡️Post your progress and remember to use and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming workshop on mastering arm balances and inversions. (If you get your ticket now, you’ll receive my six-week course with YJ for FREE (a $200 value!). Link to info in my bio!
- Reposted from @yogajournal @lizarch ・・・ Welcome to Day 6 of ! Head over to my Primal Yoga FB page, where I’ll be doing a special FB LIVE class working up to Pincha Mayurasana at 10am PT/1pm ET. ✨🙌🏻 We’ve prepped all week, and now we’re ready to flip upside down using the support of the wall. ➡️Roll your mat out with the short side against a wall. Sit in Dandasana facing the wall with your feet flexed, flat against the wall to measure your distance. Then flip around so you’re facing away from the wall and from a Tabletop position, place your elbows where your seat just was. Bring your forearms to the floor and plant your palms shoulder width-distance (or try a version with fingers interlaced). Root firmly down through your forearms and lift your shoulders away from the floor. On an exhalation lift your knees off the floor coming into dolphin. Lift one leg and place your foot firmly against the wall at hip height. Press into the wall as your engage your abdominals and step your other foot onto the wall forming an L-shape with your body. Make sure your shoulders are stacked directly over your elbows. Keep one foot actively pressing into the wall as you send the other leg straight up toward the sky. Flex or demi-point your foot and feel the energy rising through the spine and inner thigh of the lifted leg. Hold for a cycle of breath. Then repeat with the opposite leg. Walk both feet down the wall to exit, and rest in Child’s Pose. ➡️Post your progress and remember to use and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming workshop on mastering arm balances and inversions. (If you get your ticket now, you’ll receive my six-week course with YJ for FREE (a $200 value!). Link to info in my bio!
- Reposted from @yogajournal @lizarch ・・・ We’ve made it to our final day of ! 🙌🏻✨ I’ve enjoyed seeing all of your posts, witnessing your breakthroughs and sharing in your journey! 🙏🏼💕 For our final day, we’re going to practice kicking up into Pincha Mayurasana. ➡️Bring your mat to a wall. Place a block horizontally against the wall. Set up for Dolphin with your fingers spread wide and thumb and index finger framing the block on either side. From Dolphin, inhale your right leg straight up toward the sky. Keep your inner thigh engaged and send the energy up to prevent your leg from rotating externally with the toes turning out. On an exhalation, place a gentle bend in your grounded leg and lightly hop. Take a few practice hops, and when you feel comfortable, send your second leg straight up toward the sky. Zipper the energy up from your pubic bone to your navel and hug your ribs in. Actively flex your feet, pressing through your heels while lengthening your tailbone toward your heels. Push the floor away through your forearms and feel the energy rising up your spine. Softly drop your gaze and hold for 3-5 breaths. If you feel comfortable begin to test your balance away from the wall by lightly pressing off the wall one foot at a time. ➡️How has this journey been for you? What was your biggest challenge? What was your biggest breakthrough? We’d love to hear! ❤️️ Post your photo or video and remember to use and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming workshop on mastering arm balances and inversions. (If you get your ticket now, you’ll receive my six-week course with YJ for FREE (a $200 value!). Link to info in my bio! 🎉🎉Winner will be selected and announced by end of day Monday! 🎉🎉
- Reposted from @yogajournal @lizarch ・・・ We’ve made it to our final day of ! 🙌🏻✨ I’ve enjoyed seeing all of your posts, witnessing your breakthroughs and sharing in your journey! 🙏🏼💕 For our final day, we’re going to practice kicking up into Pincha Mayurasana. ➡️Bring your mat to a wall. Place a block horizontally against the wall. Set up for Dolphin with your fingers spread wide and thumb and index finger framing the block on either side. From Dolphin, inhale your right leg straight up toward the sky. Keep your inner thigh engaged and send the energy up to prevent your leg from rotating externally with the toes turning out. On an exhalation, place a gentle bend in your grounded leg and lightly hop. Take a few practice hops, and when you feel comfortable, send your second leg straight up toward the sky. Zipper the energy up from your pubic bone to your navel and hug your ribs in. Actively flex your feet, pressing through your heels while lengthening your tailbone toward your heels. Push the floor away through your forearms and feel the energy rising up your spine. Softly drop your gaze and hold for 3-5 breaths. If you feel comfortable begin to test your balance away from the wall by lightly pressing off the wall one foot at a time. ➡️How has this journey been for you? What was your biggest challenge? What was your biggest breakthrough? We’d love to hear! ❤️️ Post your photo or video and remember to use and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming workshop on mastering arm balances and inversions. (If you get your ticket now, you’ll receive my six-week course with YJ for FREE (a $200 value!). Link to info in my bio! 🎉🎉Winner will be selected and announced by end of day Monday! 🎉🎉
- Reposted from @yogajournal @lizarch ・・・ We’ve made it to our final day of ! 🙌🏻✨ I’ve enjoyed seeing all of your posts, witnessing your breakthroughs and sharing in your journey! 🙏🏼💕 For our final day, we’re going to practice kicking up into Pincha Mayurasana. ➡️Bring your mat to a wall. Place a block horizontally against the wall. Set up for Dolphin with your fingers spread wide and thumb and index finger framing the block on either side. From Dolphin, inhale your right leg straight up toward the sky. Keep your inner thigh engaged and send the energy up to prevent your leg from rotating externally with the toes turning out. On an exhalation, place a gentle bend in your grounded leg and lightly hop. Take a few practice hops, and when you feel comfortable, send your second leg straight up toward the sky. Zipper the energy up from your pubic bone to your navel and hug your ribs in. Actively flex your feet, pressing through your heels while lengthening your tailbone toward your heels. Push the floor away through your forearms and feel the energy rising up your spine. Softly drop your gaze and hold for 3-5 breaths. If you feel comfortable begin to test your balance away from the wall by lightly pressing off the wall one foot at a time. ➡️How has this journey been for you? What was your biggest challenge? What was your biggest breakthrough? We’d love to hear! ❤️️ Post your photo or video and remember to use and follow and tag @lizarch @yogajournal @yogajournalevents for a chance to win a FREE spot in my upcoming workshop on mastering arm balances and inversions. (If you get your ticket now, you’ll receive my six-week course with YJ for FREE (a $200 value!). Link to info in my bio! 🎉🎉Winner will be selected and announced by end of day Monday! 🎉🎉

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