How to Floating Split
Make sure to warm up your quads and hamstrings (with some lunges, lizard pose, half split, forward fold, etc), as well as your hips (with a butterfly pose, Malasana or Skandasana pose) and your arms and shoulders (with a Dolphin pose, forearm plank).
Take your time in each pose, stay there for at least 5-8 breaths and try to let go step by step all that doesn’t serve you anymore.
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By @yogafornewbie - 25 minutes ago