Inhale. Step your left foot back to meet your right, coming into plank pose. Hands are under your shoulders. Arms are straight and strong. Wrist creases line up with the front of your mat. Distribute weight evenly through your palms, especially rooting down in the mounds of your index fingers. Press out through your heels, firming the muscles in your legs. Draw your lower belly in, lengthening your tail bone toward your feet. Hug your arms toward each other and broaden through your upper chest. Bring your head in line with your spine. If this feels like too much, lower your knees and maintain plank shape between knees and head, continuing to draw in your belly, lengthen tail bone, and broaden through your upper chest.

Palakasana. Plank pose.

Do yoga. Today.

From my mat to yours,
Yoga Nag

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