From Adho Mukha Svana-sana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose), step your right foot forward between your hands and bring your left heel to the ground at a 45-degree angle. See that your right knee is directly over your foot, and distribute your weight evenly across both feet. Inhale and rise up into Warrior Pose II, with yours arms reaching out to the sides. Exhale, pause, and straighten your front leg. Check your stance by looking down to see that your ankles are under your wrists. Then exhale and bend your right knee again and come into Utthita Parsvakonasana (Extended Side Angle Pose), placing your right fingertips to the outside of your right foot (or on a block) and extending your left arm over your left ear. On an inhalation, draw your navel in and engage your core as you rise back up to Warrior II. Repeat 2 to 4 more times on the right side to build strength and heat. Switch sides by turning your right foot in and your left foot out. Repeat 3 to 5 times on the left side.

Flow between Warrior ;

Pose II and Extended :

Side Angle Pose :

Flow between Goddess Pose

Goddess Pose Hands Between Legs

steady, consistent approach is, in fact, crucial for keeping the weight off. "The Yoga Sutra of Patan-jali outlines how lasting change is only possible from focused, inner work," she says.

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