This Yoga sequence starts in the standing yoga pose called Tadasana. B.K.S Iyengar used fundamentals of this yoga pose to teach the essence of all yoga postures. Simple focusing on the flatness of the feet and the evenness of the weight distribution on the feet can be applied to almost all the other yoga postures in the flow below. In the Chair pose weight often shifts forward. During the transition one attempts to use the fundamentals of even weight distribution from Tasasana.
In the below sequence the breath goes like this:
Inhale into Chair pose.
Exhale into the standing forward bend.
Inhale into the half lift.
Exhale and step the right leg back for a hamstring stretch.
Inhale into Extended Side angle pose.
Exhale into Triangle pose. Inhale and hold Triangle Pose.Exhale back into the hamstring strecth inhale into a lunge pose then exhale down to 8 Limb pose.
Inhale into the mild Cobra pose which is really healthy for your back. Exhale into Downward Dog Pose.
Inhale and step the right leg forward then exhale and straighten the right leg. Inhale into Extended Side angle pose and exhale ino Triangle pose
Hold Triangle pose and inhale then exhale into the straight leg forwad bend. Bend the knee lunge pose and inhale then exhale back to Downward Dog Pose inhale into Cobra pose and exhale back to Downward Dog Pose again. Inhale and jump or step forward and exhale into Uttasana the standing forward bend. Inhale back to Tadasana.
See othe Flowing Yoga sequences.
written by Mark Giubarelli