Hi, I'm Rina Jakubowicz and this is how to do non-weight bearing Yoga. It's important to know how to do this when you'e injured and you're feeling like maybe your joints are a little bit delicate, so make sure that you find a place that you can sit comfortably. With non-weight bearing Yoga, very simply sit cross-legged, spine long and just imagine yourself levitating. No, for real, what you want to do is make just gentle stretches, gentle movements with your body. So, let's begin. You're going to lift your head up as you inhale and exhale, lower your head down, just some neck stretches. Inhale looking up, and exhale lowering the head down. Inhale lifting up and exhale looking down. We can make circles with our head now. So, roll the head to the right and back as you inhale and exhale, left and down. Inhale, right and back, exhale, left and down. Let's do one more just so that you feel a nice release in the spine, gentle spinal twist. Bring the right hand behind your back, left hand on top of the right knee and you're going to twist looking over the shoulder. Take deep breaths into the right side of the body, feel a nice gentle stretch. Two more deep breaths and one. Inhale coming back to the center and switch to the other side, twisting looking over the left shoulder for three deep breaths. Two deep breaths, and one. Inhale come to the center and just feel your spine a little bit more relaxed and a little bit more opened. Namaste.