This exercise targets your arms, shoulders and waist. It also helps in developing balance. Note: Skip this exercise if you have carpal tunnel or other problems with your wrists.
1. Sit on the floor on your right hip with your knees slightly bent, left leg resting on your right leg. Place your right palm on the mat underneath your right shoulder, arm straight.
2. Lift your left hip towards the ceiling as you come off the floor, supporting your body with your right arm. Your legs should be straight, the inside of the left foot resting on the inside of the right foot. Your body should be aligned from head to toe.
3. Turn your head toward the ceiling and stretch your left arm down the left side of your body. Inhale deeply and lift your left arm up towards the ceiling then over until it rests on your ear. Reach as far from your shoulder as possible, turning your head towards the mat. Return arm to your side and lower the hips.
4. Repeat three to six times then switch sides.
Tip: If you have trouble balancing your body, stagger your feet, one positioned in front of the other.
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