Easy Morning Beginner Yoga This is an easy beginner yoga class for the morning. Day 21 of our 30 day beginner yoga challenge is a hand free, wrist free, kneeling free, prop free, and inversion free. We will begin with a centering to wake up our body with some breathing. Rolling open into a twist will also open up your thoracic spine and breathing and release tension from your back. Bridge pose will strengthen your legs and glutes, open your chest and heart and create flexibility in your spine. In crescent lunge pose you will open your hips and your chest and heart. During chair pose you will practice a twisted flow to strengthen your legs and release your spine and back. Locust pose will strengthen your backline and open your heart to the day. In savasana you will receive your day with a poem called What to Remember When Waking by David Whyte You can do this class if you have never done a yoga class before in your life. I will give you slow, easy to follow, step-by-step instructions and tell you exactly how to get in and out of each and every pose. Detailed instructions will be given for even the most basic poses and how to breathe. You will be given lots of cues of how to pay attention to your body and where to feel the effects of the yoga poses. You do not have to be athletic, flexible, strong, balanced, skinny or coordinated to do this class. The slow, step-by-step instructions will give you the confidence to let go of your self-judgment and stay focused with commitment and motivation. Sign up for the 30 day beginner yoga challenge: Click Here Remember Members Receive an Ad-Free Version of this 30 Day Challenge Thank you for Subscribing and Sharing to Help us Reach our Goal of 100K Subscribers by our 11 year anniversary on YouTube.