Calm to the Core by ProQuest


[...] energy extends evenly from the inner and outer thighs to both edges of the feet, through the backs of your legs into the floor, and along the tops of the legs into the ankles. Focusing on your abdomen in Seated Stick Pose, for instance, may cause you to neglect the edges of your feet, and concentrating on the crown of the head may draw attention away from lengthening the arms. Keep lifting the spine and chest, dropping the chin, lengthening the arms, and firming the abdomen.\n Floating Stick Pose requires core and arm strength, but the real key to floating above the earth involves unlocking energy flows through the feet, legs, and spine.

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