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Begin in Crocodile. Point your fingers forward and press the upper portion of the arms into your sides. Move your shoulder blades toward your hips and you’re your pelvis under to lengthen the spine. Press your hips into the floor and keep your legs active and pressing toward your toes. Inhale and lift the chest forward and up. Feel your ribcage move away from your hips. Reach the crown of your head up. As you inhale, feel the spine lengthen; and, as you exhale feel your shoulders sink down away from your ears. The tops of the feet should be flat against the floor. Keep your hips on the ground and elbows pointed towards the body. Imagine your body slowly lifts as you inhale deeply and lower as you exhale. To exit the posture, exhale and slowly lower the abdomen and chest down to the floor from the bottom of your torso to the top.
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Myers, Mary, "Cobra" (2019). Critical Instances. 9.