First move into Plank Pose on the SUP board: Come to the hands and knees, table-top, on the board towards the middle of the board, lengthwise. Bring the palms shoulder-width distance apart the the knees hip-width distance apart. Begin to move into plank pose on the hands and feet. Straighten the legs and create one long-line from the crown of the head to the feet. Find balance here, and lengthen the tailbone towards the heels while creating a smooth and even breath, inhales and exhales. Draw the shoulder blades flush into the back. You can stay here and work on building strength in the arms, legs and core or move on to side-plank pose.
|Side Plank Pose|
Come back into table top on the hands and knees and move into child’s pose. Sink the hips over the heels for a few breaths before moving into side-
Check with your doctor before performing any form of exercise including yoga. Always honor your body. If
a posture gives you pain, gently come out.
Christi Iacono, owner of In Rhythms Yoga
the Mounts streets. Christi has experienced many positive physical and mental transformations from her regular yoga practice. She enjoys sharing her experience, passion, and dedication with her students. She believes that yoga is accessible to all. Rather than forcing someone’s body into a pose, Christi carefully works with each individual to find the variation that will best serve their body. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
IRY offers regularly scheduled classes on, Sat., Sun. and Wed. mornings as well as a Tues. evening class. Go to www.inrhythmsyoga.com to see the full schedule, instructors and for private lessons.