Happy Friday, yogis! Today we’re taking a look at how we are placing the feet in standing poses. Specifically, I’ll discuss the common cue line up the outer edges of the feet with the outer edges of the mat and introduce another way to look at the placement of the feet.
(I want to acknowledge here that some of you have probably heard that cue from me. As I’ve learned more from smart people like Jules Mitchell Yoga, I’ve changed the way I talk about the feet in standing.)
Give the ideas in the video a try, and let me know how it goes in the comments. If you’d like to learn more about how to incorporate these ideas into your practice, join me for a group class or sign up for a private workshop to learn how to tailor these ideas to your body.
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