Starting in the downward facing dog (Chapter 18, "Take the Forward Path"), flow into the plank pose (Chapter 13, "What Do You Stand For?"), which is like a pushup pose with the arms straight. Exhale, bend the elbows, and lower the body straight to the floor. Inhale, push yourself up into the upward facing dog (Chapter 14, "Bending
Over Backbends"), exhale, push back into the downward facing dog, inhale, push one leg forward, turn to the side, and straighten up into the triangle pose (Chapter 13). Do both sides in the triangle, then exhale as you bend your other knee and bring your hands alongside your foot. Push back into the downward facing dog. Hold for as long as comfortable, exhale into the child's pose (Chapter 18), then rest.
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