Yoga And Pilates Poses HOW TO Guide – TRIANGLE POSE

Yoga And Pilates Poses HOW TO Guide – TRIANGLE POSE


[Music] welcome to the yoga how-to section so whether you’ve done yoga or pilates before it doesn’t really matter this section is for everybody it’s going to tell you how to practice particular postures or Pilates exercises accurately and perfectly as best you can to get the best out of each posture or exercise so you look and feel great after every practice also it’s really key to avoid any injuries now it’s super unlikely that you’re going to injure yourself in your group Pilates because the essence of the exercise is that they’re controlled and steady but to avoid any injuries it’s best for you to watch all the classes through and then you’ve got all the tools that you need you to have a perfect experience in my yoga and Pilates classes so watch all the how-to section through and then you can intertwine all of your experience into my yoga and Pilates classes if you only see please subscribe to Tabitha yoga and I’ll see you on a mat welcome to your how to trick on us now or triangle pose so like all of these postures I’m going to start do at the front of the mat and they’re to do a little bit of a how to to Dessner or Mountain Pose now took enough that is a gorgeous posture it’s one of my favorites because of the stretch that it gives you and so we start in Tadasana and if your mind has wandered after the day ahead just bring it back to the feet bring it back to your breath bring it back to your body and stand nice and tall feel like we spent like to think that there’s air in between all of your joints so you feel like you’re really standing up your feet are rooted your hands down by your side just like the Warriors I’d like you to step a big step back front foot facing forward this one tucked in and your hips central nice and open though arms reach out chicken asana is triangle embody the angles and strength in this posture looking ahead and then you shift that hip back a little bit and reach forward and take your hand down and what often happens when I teach this in classes there is lookup company of hip pops and these hip pops sound clumsy but they give you an are are amazing release and you can often get down that a little bit deeper so you’re either holding for stability or hand resting on the inside open across your chest and reach up now your Drishti or your energy point or your meditative gaze is upwards only if that’s ok for your neck if not look down or look ahead good and this is kind of when the body gets used to it you can get down a little bit more now a lot of the time a lot of the time actually but only sometimes do I see people think they need to get their hand to the floor and you’re doing more of a back stretch than a side stretch and then something like this with their arm which is not nice for your shoulders at all you want to just come down slightly sideways it’s a side strike so you want to feel along here and a nice opening across your chest good so to come out you breathe in cuz that lengthens and strengthens your body breathe in breathe out good bring your feet to the front of the mat back to Tadasana and then we send our other leg back they don’t you hear that great hip pop reach out in each direction to each wall shift my hip a little reach as far as I can and then take my hand down and you look up if that’s ok for my neck breathe deeply feel it here long cause a lot of stamina in my legs great stretch on the other thigh ok breath in and breath out breath in fires me back up pounds to my heart and bring your feet to the front of the mat I hope you enjoyed your how to Tadasana I look forward to seeing you on the mat next time now I say [Music]