Hey, this is Jackie of Jackie's Yoga Seattle, today at Liz Doyle Seattle Yoga Shala, talking about how to do Yoga with hypermobile joints. So, hypermobile joints and subluxating joints, often cause a lot of issues and kind of make Yoga poses look really easy. So, I'm going to show you a couple ways to really work the muscles around the bones, rather than kind of torquing on your joints. So, coming from somebody who has subluxed their joints and hypermobile, these tools have been really beneficial for me. So, just starting in a Warrior Two pose, so just check out your stance, start to ease into the pose. And as you start to extend the arms, start to think of plugging the arms in. So, not reaching out and kind of hyper-extending already. But really drawing the shoulder blades together, lifting the chest, pulling the arms in. So, from here, in the leg stance, I can go and go and go and go, I'm very, very flexible. But from there, what you really want to do is, have a sense of lift and then, pressing out. So, if not, how far you can go, but you really want to work the muscles around the bone. So, really strong in the back leg, think of that 90 degree angle here in the front leg. Pulling up and into the center, as you draw out to the edges of your feet. So, another good example of when you're becoming a little hypermobile, is in Dancer Pose. So, just preparing to come into Dancer Pose, really think about that standing leg. And as you take that grab of the foot, reach the arm up again, plug the leg hopefully, the arm in. From there, start to kick in with the foot into the palm. And as you start to lower, try to really keep this leg firm and not try to blow it out or hyper-extend it. Right again, try to work the muscles around the bone, especially in the standing leg. But even in the shoulder, as you start to open up, even in the arm that reaches up, plug it back in. So, those some ideas to give you to do Yoga with hypermobile joints, I hope you found that was helpful. I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga, thanks.