Stand in a relaxed manner, knees soft, and feet shoulder-width apart. The arms hang loosely at the sides, with palms turned forward.

As the arms elevate, we rise up on the balls of the feet. As the arms descend, we come down flat on the feet, then lift the toes. (Rocking back on the heels can result in losing one’s balance; keep the balls of the feet on the ground as you lift the toes.) Keep the knees, wrists, fingers, elbows, and shoulders loose and relaxed throughout.

We usually do this nine, 18 or 36 times – any multiple of nine.

 

 

This article is published in Joy Thru Movement.