Hi there, I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga Seattle. Today, talking about restorative Yoga poses for shoulders. So, we're going to try and softly open the shoulder in all directions. So, we're going to start by coming to lie on the shoulder. So, to do that, just start on the tabletop, palms underneath the shoulders and knees right underneath the hips. And then, from there, you're going to inhale and arm open, nice and tall. And as you exhale, palm faces up to come to lie on the shoulder, as the hips stay nice and high, try to relax the head down. and then, you're going to try to relax that opposite shoulder down as well. And just try to heavy yourself there, try to really relax and let that soft opening happen. From there through your inhale, take that top arm to press back, up, plant your hands. The next thing we're going to do Anahatasana, or heart pose or puppy pose. So, you're just going to slowly walk your hands forward and through an exhale, soften the heart down, as the hips stay high. You can either look forward, plant the chin forward or the forehead can come down. Again, you just want to relax and try to soften your heart forward and down. From your inhale, drop the palms back in, to lift back, up. And the next thing we're going to do, is a fish pose. So, from there, we're going to take a couple of blocks. And if you don't have a block, you can use a blanket and just roll it up a couple of times. But this way, we're going to let the shoulders now open and soften just out. So, you're going to take a block and place it right along your spine. You're going to come to bend the knees and lay back. And as you lay back, you're going to let the shoulder blades just come to hang off. And maybe even place a little something behind the head and then, just relax down, let the palms be open, let the shoulders roll down, maybe even kick the legs long. You just see what works best for you. And just try to take a few long rests as you open up. To come up out, bend the knees, plant the hands through an inhale, lift up and then, give that try. So, the last thing I'm going to have us do, is come to lie on the belly. We're going to open the shoulder one more time. So, as you come to the belly, you're just going to T the arms, palms face down. And from there, you're going to take a look at the arm you're going to open. So, you're going to maybe, say, the left arm, you're going to take that palm and bring it in line with your forehead. So, it's going to be a little longer and taller, than this other arm that's extended straight out from your shoulder. From there, you're going to bend the opposite leg, take that opposite arm to help yourself press open. You're going to try to touch that opposite leg right back, behind you. Le that opposite arm lift and let your head relax. And then from there, maybe even try to reach back, take a grab of your hand and just relax, open, or leave that palm open here. Just taking a couple long inhales and exhales, just try to make it feel good. It's quite a opening, so just take a few breaths. And as you exhale to come out, plant the hand, slowly roll back onto the belly and go to the next side. So, those were some restorative poses for the shoulders, I hope you found they were helpful. I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga.