Build strong steady ankles in this slow flow practice

≤45 min. Ankle strength and flexibility are critical as we mature. Practice in a slow and stead manner with proper alignment and foundation gives rise to greater stability and and reduces our fall risks. In this practice you will explore ankle and foot movement, build on variations of standing poses, lunges, twists, and even dive into a pose that is not usually offered in classes because of its odd and asymmetric form -- e.g., akura dhanurasana -- which has both hip opening and hamstring lengthening aspects. Included in the practice is savasana. You may wish to have a belt and blocks to enhance your poses

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