Hey there, Jackie of Jackie's Yoga Seattle, today at Liz Doyle Seattle Yoga Shala, talking about supraspiantus and Yoga. So, the supraspinatus is this abductor muscle here at the top of your shoulder used in moving your arms. It's attached to your rotator cuff. So, I'm going to show you a few ways to kind of protect your supraspinatus. So, the common thing that happens is we lose control or we overdo it, or overextend with this abductor supraspinatus muscle and we can create a subluxation where the joint partially pops out, which is very painful. So, these exercises are really going to get you to manipulate to the muscles in this rotator cuff, that supraspinatus to really have control and not have that subluxation happen when you're extending your arms. So, just to show you a couple of examples, coming into a Warrior II where the arms are spread wide. So, from here, as you deepen down, you tend to spread the arms that wide. So, from there, sometimes we do this, where we reach out a little too far or we're just relaxed and reaching the arms out. So, what we want to do is pull the head of the arm bone back into the body. So, really squeezing the shoulder blades in and literally pulling the arms in muscularly. So, it's a bit of a isometric action, but it's a firm action. So, just noting that difference of relax and pulling in. It's just a slight little movement. But, just that action, it's contracting that abductor muscle and starting to work the rotator cuff to become more stable. The next thing that I would say is a Chair pose, is another option where the arms are stretched out. So, tendency is to reach far out and shrug the shoulders and you're not really using that abductor muscle at all. So, what you want to do again is pull those shoulders back in. So, that was a little bit on the supraspinatus and Yoga. I hope you found that was helpful. I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga. Thanks.