Weighted Warm Up with Kate Potter
10-Minute Classes • 5m 26s
Incorporating a Warm Up into your yoga practice prepares your body for the upcoming class and allows you to step onto your mat with ease and control. The Foundations of Weighted Yoga Warm Up includes well known poses such as Cat/Cow, Upward Facing Dog, Pigeon, Child’s Pose, Downward Facing Dog, and Forward Fold to engage various muscle groups and begin opening your range of motion. Give yourself space to make steady movements and expand with care into each exercise, using weights intentionally to get the most from each movement, adding control and stability.
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