Round 10 - First Set

At this point everything you have been working on in this class comes together. Your alignment, breathing, focus and activated muscles. Try to push and pull your body in opposite directions and cover as much space as possible in your stretch. Ensure that your standing leg is rooted and straight. Keep calm and don't allow the balance to make you stressed. If you start to wobble, take a deep breathe. If you fall over, don't get frustrated, instead enjoy the lessons gained from it and keep trying.  

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 1. Stand

1. Stand

 2. Arm Circle x 2

2. Arm Circle x 2

 3. Square Guard

3. Square Guard

 4. Warrior III (R)

4. Warrior III (R)

 5. Stand

5. Stand

 6. Arm Circle x 2

6. Arm Circle x 2

 7. Square Guard

7. Square Guard

 8. Warrior III (L)

8. Warrior III (L)

Round 10 - Second Set

Give yourself this chance to improve on your first set. If you feel ready, advance by slowly bringing your arms forwards. Then feel a connection between your fingertips and toes and stretch them as far apart as possible. Don't forget your core! 

 1. Stand

1. Stand

 2. Arm Circle x 2

2. Arm Circle x 2

 3. Square Guard

3. Square Guard

 4. Warrior III (R)

4. Warrior III (R)

 5. Stand

5. Stand

 6. Arm Circle x 2

6. Arm Circle x 2

 7. Square Guard

7. Square Guard

 8. Warrior III (L)

8. Warrior III (L)

Transition

Bring your guard down passed your head and tuck your chin in. Slowly roll down and let everything hang. Take your time here and if you like, swing from side to side, forwards and back. Loosen your shoulders, hips and neck. Bend your knees and place your hands on the floor to return in to the familiar table top position. 

 1. Stand

1. Stand

 2. Roll Down

2. Roll Down

 3. Forward Bend

3. Forward Bend

 4. Table Top

4. Table Top