Hey there, Jackie here of Jackie's Yoga Seattle, today at Liz Doyle Seattle Yoga Shala talking about some exercises for stiff legs and joints. So, often when we're stiff, the best care is actually just to get moving a little bit. And the best suggestion I have is just to come into a Surya Namaskar A, your basic Yoga warm up or your Sun Salutation A. And really linking that with your breath. So, slow even movements and taking your time to just kind of ease in and out to that extension to that extension and flexion of the muscles and joints; just to kind of ease yourself into not being so stiff. So, I'm just going to show that here starting at mountain pose at the top of your mat. So, really firmly pressing in through the feet, starting to work on that breath, drawing the fingertips down, inhale arms all the way up to press. As you exhale forward fold right down to the toes. To inhale to your halfway lift, and as you exhale, plant the hands to step slowly back to your high plank or push up position. Continuing to exhale to squeeze that upper arms in and tuck that toes, lowering halfway to then inhale and lift out. As you exhale, draw all the way back to your downward facing dog, start to inhale, look at those hands. To exhale, plant the feet back back into top of your mat, forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift, exhale, lower. To inhale out and up to come back to standing. So, those were some poses to help with some stiff legs and joints. I hope you found those were helpful. I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga. Thanks.