Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska, and this is how to cross your legs in yoga pose. Sitting cross legged in yoga pose requires flexibility in your back, your thighs, your hips, your pelvis and your inner thighs. It may take some time to build this flexibility up, both from a simple pose like cross legged, all the way up to a more advanced pose, such as Lotus. When someone first starts yoga, usually you'll show up with tight hip, tight thighs, and cross legged position, which should be the most easy, sometimes can be the most hard and frustrating. So I suggest you get a pillow or some blankets in class, or even yoga block. Keeping the hips higher than the knees will take a lot of pressure out of the hips and also off of the knees, and this is simply a perfect way to do a cross legged yoga pose. And then as you advance, and your legs become more open, you can get rid of the pillow, and sit comfortably on top of the sit bones, with the legs crossed. And of course, as you advance, there's Lotus pose. We cross one foot on top of one thigh, and the other foot on top of the other thigh on top of the sit bones. And there you have it, Lotus pose.