This sequence can be practiced after your workday, before getting into bed, or even upon waking.
My intention was to keep it relatively simple and open up areas of the body that may generally feel tight after a long workday or sleeping - for example the shoulders, back, or psoas (hip-flexor) muscles.
Consider this a moving meditation that elicits as much equilibrium as possible within the mind and throughout all of the limbs.
Keep your foundation (whatever is touching the floor) steady and maintain a softness in the breath as though it could move fluidly throughout the entire body - especially the areas that feel the most tense.
Hold the postures longer if that feels natural, or take a variation that feels best for your body in this moment.
Most importantly - enjoy the process and thank yourselves just for showing up.
Videography: Grant Henry Media