Hi there, I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga Seattle. Today, talking about some asanas for the arms. So, to get started working on the arms, we're going to start Adho Mukha Svanasana, Downward Facing Dog. So, just plant the hands, fingertips wide and as you come into the dog, start to ease the chest back, sit bones up. So, right here is where you can really start to work the arms by pressing even into the tips of your fingers and start to wrap in the upper arms. Start to even press out with the forearms and start to lengthen the spine here. From here, we're going to come to a plank. So, you're just going to inhale, role yourself forward to that high plank or push-up position. Again, the grab the ground and really utilize the tippy toes here. You want the shoulders right in line with those palms and then squeeze everything in. Again, press down and almost out with the hand here, to keep those arms engaged. When you're done, go ahead and come back, up to your Dog. From there, we're going to start to lower the forearms to a Dolphin pose and try to softly at the same time, lower the forearms,let the head be heavy. Really inhale, lift evenly up. And you can go in and out there to really work the arms. So, just try it a couple times, find your inhale, get to your rise and your exhale, get to the lower, down. Because you inhale at this time, you're going to come back to that high plank. And as you exhale, you're going to come to a Side Plank, so you come to the edge of your feet, firm arm, strong arm, stack the feet even. And as you find an inhale, lift the hips and maybe even rise up with your arm. So, get nice and firm here with the arms. And exhale, reach out and down to come back down. We're going to that Chaturanga here. So, we're going to exhale, squeeze the arms in and come to that half way point, and inhale back, up. So, those were some postures, some asanas for the arms, I hope you found they were helpful. And I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga, thanks.