Start with Bumblebee Breath. Take a big breath in through your nose and as you exhale (through nose), hum for as long as you can. Feel the vibrations against your lips and inside your mouth.
Begin kneeling, with toes tucked under. Slide one leg out to the side, keeping the bottom of the foot connected to the floor and toes pointed forward. Slide the same hand as extended leg down onto the thigh or outer shin and reach opposite arm up and over head, stretching out the side of the body. Take a few breaths here and repeat on the other side.
Step feet wide, turning front toes forward. Stretch arms apart and tip sideways like a watering can being poured out, until hand meets shin for support. Water some vegetables! Come back up and repeat on the other side, watering the flowers! Repeat as many times as you want, naming different types of sprouts that you are watering.
(Uttanasana/Standing Forward Fold)
With feet parallel, bend knees and hinge at the hip joint as you fold over your legs. Keep knees bent, or straighten legs (depending on hamstring flexibility). Plant some imaginary seeds on the ground, perhaps even taking steps forward along your "row" as you plant.
Balance on sitting bones as though firmly rooted in the ground. Extend legs forward (knees bent or straight), leaning upper body back. Use abdominal muscles to keep body in a "v" shape, like two leaves of a sprout. Lift chin, looking toward the sun!
Sit tall and bend knees, soles of feet touching. Hold on to the outer edges of your feet with your hands and flap your legs like butterfly wings.
Lay on your back and rock legs up and over, and start by resting your hips in your hands (elbows supporting on the floor). If that is comfortable, let the arms hold the legs or stretch forward on the floor, palms down. Reach toes for the floor, perhaps brushing the floor like a plow turning up soil. Slowly roll down and rest on back for a few breaths.
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