Today's posture is boat pose. This is a great pose to help build your core strength, work on your stability, and help progress your inversions. So instead of just working on the posture, I wanted to give you a little bit of homework!
Start by stretching your hamstrings in a forward fold. Tight hamstrings will limit you range of motion in Boat pose (hold for 10-15 breaths)
Move into a supported boat pose. Feel the sits bones grounding into the floor, the spine is in one long line from the tailbone to the crown of the head, feet are flat on the floor, hands are behind the knees with the thumb on the outside of the knees, as you rock back slowly lift the toes till they are parallel with the knees (hold for 5-10 breaths)
Release the hands (hold for 5-10 breaths)
Straighten one leg while keeping the other bent, alternate legs (5-10 per side)
Spine remains in one line, legs straighten, one leg lowers and one leg lifts, alternate legs (5-10 per side)
Bring legs together and lower completely, bending at the knees engage the core and bring yourself into a high boat, slowly lower back down into a hollow body boat, alternate between high and low boat (5-10 reps)