So this next one we’re going to do two variations.
For my friends who have tighter hips and you’ll know very quickly, we’re going to offer an
alternate pose, it’ll be better. So first we start with Fire Log Pose. The front shin,
you want it to be parallel with the front edge of your mat. Then you take your other
shin and stack it directly on top, so that top leg the ankle is right on top of the knee.
Then you’ll notice that the legs are like a little bit lifted up cause I’m actively
pushing through the inner edge of my feet. You’ll also notice that both sides of the
ankle are even with each other. You want to keep that fingertips to the earth and lengthen
your spine. Now this can be a super big stretch for the outer hip muscles, so it it’s too
intense or you find that your knee is like way up here, there’s no way to get in to it,
then I want you to cross more of the center of your calf muscles, so the feet are in line
with the knees. And just work there again, pushing evenly through the inner edge of the
feet, keeping both sides of the ankles even, steady commitment in the legs and then big
opening in the hips. And release.