Hi, I'm Beth Shaw, with YogaFit, and today we're going to do some poses for a flat body. So, let's go ahead and lie down, and keep in mind, when we're trying to burn belly fat, we also wanna make sure we're doing enough cardiovascular exercises that those muscles, we make strong actually show. So, we're just going to take a couple of minutes, here, to breath, and to really connect with this whole area of the body. So, often times, the belly region is referred to as the second brain because we have a lot of neurotransmitters there. They produce seratonin, the "feel good chemical" in our bodies, as well as we want to get in touch with our appetite, our hunger, the feeling of being full from eating, so we wanna just bring more awareness to this area by breathing. Best thing you can do every day, is just spend some time focusing on your belly. Let go of an judgment or expectation, competition. Just really be present for this part of the body. So, bringing the hands to the midsection, we'll start off with some easy core center exercises. Pull the navel center in towards the low back, we're going to interlace the hands, place them behind the head, exhale come up, inhale back down, and, if you can, keep your glutes engaged, too. This should help stabilize the pelvis and the core center area. Remember, our core center muscles are not just in the midsection, but also our glutes. So, exhale and inhale, it's a very small movement. Now, for a little bit more work, I like to use a core ball, and take the core ball, three to four inches above the legs, above the knees, exhale up and inhale back down. Now, once you feel like you've done enough of these, go ahead and take the feet up, exhale, inhale, then you can start to move elbow towards opposite knee. So, we're really, again, pulling those core center muscles in, we're engaging the transverse abdominis. So, we're also engaging the obliques and the intercostals, three muscle groups that make up what we consider to be the belly region. You can also extend your legs straight up towards the sky, and then, finishing always, by stretching out the muscles we made strong 'cause that will really create more of a flat look. If the muscles are tensed up all the time, we're going to get a little bit more expansion then we, perhaps, want or need. So, you can take a core ball or block underneath the low back or the sacrum, and just come into easy bridge pose, then lift up and stretch this all out. I'm Beth Shaw with YogaFit and these are yoga postures for a flat belly.