Yoga Overhand Grip in Dhanurasana (Bow) with Shireen Kaviani and Lesley Fightmaster

Yoga Overhand Grip in Dhanurasana (Bow) pose with Shireen Kaviani. This is an intermediate to advanced class leading to Padanguthasana Dhanuransana. Shireen does a beautiful job with this difficult variation of Dhanurasana. In order to get into this pose, the shoulders, upper back and hip flexors need to be warmed up. Please pay attention to your body. The full pose is advanced. If it isn’t available to you today, stay with regular bow pose. Stop if you experience any pain. Shireen has a beautiful practice and she’s very flexible, so she makes it look easy. I have tightness in my shoulders which makes this pose really difficult for me. It’s a pose that I don’t practice very much because if I don’t get my shoulders and hip flexors open enough, my lower back gets too compressed…ouch!! This is why we get to see our lovely Shireen practice this pose! As always, work at your own pace, rest if you need to rest and stop if you experience any pain. Please like and share this class if you enjoy it! Thank you for all of your support!! I love our “Fightmaster Yoga” community. If you have an idea for a class, please leave it in the comments below. Thank you for all of your lovely comments!!! If you’re interested in Yoga Teacher Training (I had the pleasure of having Shireen a few years ago in Teacher Training) or if you would like to join us on our Ladies Yoga retreat off the coast of Cancun February 19-25, please email me: lesleyfightmaster@gmail.com Please donate if you can afford to. We’re saving for a new computer because ours is old and is starting to die. We want to continue to make and upload weekly free yoga videos, and we’ve had a few problems recently. Blessings to you! xoxoxo Please subscribe! http://bit.ly/1mzfCpl Please donate: http://ift.tt/Xx5ODV Filmed at http://ift.tt/1dRTgJ2 http://ift.tt/1dBGNN6 http://ift.tt/1cOH3nV Follow me on Twitter: http://ift.tt/1iRdx6e Follow me on Instagram: http://ift.tt/1hqVVhG Follow me on Google + :http://ift.tt/1iRdyaf

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