(waves crashing) Welcome, thank you for being here. So if you've ever felt like maybe you're too tight to stretch, this show, these practices, are designed for you. Some days you might wake up feeling stiff and achy, maybe sticky in the body, and what I have found is that the hardest part about yoga, the hardest thing about yoga, is actually just starting. Because as soon as you start to move your arm or as soon as you start to take a step, you might notice a lot of feeling and sensation in the body. So these practices are designed to be accessible as well as to generate some heat and movement in the body.
So promoting strength, flexibility, as well as some deeper relaxation. We'll explore basic range of movement in the shoulders as well as in the hips. There's also a practice specifically for lunging, to help open up the thighs, open up the hips, as well as a practice specifically to begin to open up the bottoms of the feet to feel a bit more grounded, stable, and balanced. We'll be working at the wall, really using the support of the wall to help us find a bit more spaciousness and ease in the body. So like most activities you do in life, the more you engage with the activity, like yoga, the more you might notice quicker results.
So these practices hopefully might result in a feeling of a bit more clarify through the mind, more ease through the body, maybe perhaps generosity through the heart, and maybe a greater acceptance of what is. So I hope these practices are helpful and that you enjoy them, and let me know. Thank you for being here, and Namaste.