by Eric Stewart

Today we have a very basic, accessible floor practice lined up for you.

It emphasizes activation and mobilization of the hips in several ranges of motion.

This sequence is well-suited to beginners, though even accomplished practitioners may find it useful as a grounded way to start the day or a chance to connect with support and unwind in the evening.

While this is a basic practice, keep in mind that if you experience pain in the practice, don’t simply push through it and continue to create strain for yourself. If you experience pain in any part of the sequence, back off and see if you can figure things out by bringing more awareness to what you are doing.

If you continue to experience pain, seek the guidance of an experienced teacher and get things checked out if you haven’t already.

Happy practicing.


You can access stick-figure drawings of the practice here.