Once you have memorised the structure of this sequence, try to bring your focus internally and aim to move as slowly as possible in one continuos flow motion - without stopping or "arriving" in the postures. Most often in yoga classes, there is a focus on the postures, with an aim to hold still for a long time, however in this set - the work is the transitions - or rather, the journey between the postures that makes all the difference. Try to move in and out from a pose as smoothly as possible. Perhaps imagine that you are moving through water or thick air with a gentle amount of resistance. When you think you can't stretch your body any further - stretch further. Or when you think you can't deepen your stance any lower - go lower.
Repeat on the left side
Either you can jump your feet to your hands, and land hip-width apart, or simply walk your feet to your hand. Relax your neck and allow your shoulders to fall forwards, then gentle roll up to a standing, one vetebra at a time.
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