This class heads in the direction of the seated pose krounchasana (heron pose). It will also be great for improving mobility in your quads, knees and shins. A number of the poses utilise deep kneeling positions that will lengthen your quadriceps, mobilise your knees and combat stiffness in the shin region. Special attention is given to the anterior tibialis. The asanas are taught in stages that progressively allow the poses to develop, without compromising balance or alignment. Some of the preparatory stages can be consolidated for newer or less flexible students, or used as a point of departure for more experienced students.