Hi there, Jackie here of Jackie's Yoga Seattle today, at Liz Doyle Seattle Yoga Shala, talking about some Bikram Yoga postures to help with some shoulder blade pain. So, there are two Bikram Yoga poses that I really prefer to relieve a little bit of shoulder blade pain. So, the first one I would highly recommend, is that Garuda, that Eagle Pose. So, coming down to sit, start to reach the arms out, draw your left arm under, right arm over to start to twine the arms, pressing the palms. So, from here, you're going to start to move the palms up, elbows up and start to draw your left leg over, wrapping it around, maybe double binding it with the toes around the calf. Stating to sink down and reach the arms up. So, if you're wanting to leave the legs completely out of it, just do the Garuda arms, reaching the elbows up, really starts to expand the shoulder blades. So, the next one, I'm going to have us come down to a seat. So, it's Ardha Matsyendrasana, it's that seated twist. So, coming to a cross legged position or is if you're about to come to a cross legged position with one leg. And then, just bring that other leg to plant the foot right outside the thigh. From there, start to twist outside this long leg here, this long thigh. From there, you can even bring a hand behind you to start to prop up the chest. And then, bring the other arm right out in front, maybe even palm faces up and open. So, to reach out with your breath and each exhale, maybe even looking past that shoulder, finding a bit of a twist and opening up that shoulder blade. Obviously doing it on both sides and give it a try. So, those are some Bikram postures to help with shoulder blade pain, I hope you found they were helpful. I'm Jackie, Jackie's Yoga, thanks.