Doing yoga along with your partner is one way of practicing communication with each other, since you have in every pose you do collectively, to be careful to your partner's body. For most couples, it is a way of being present with each other and deepening the connection between two folks.
Advanced professionals have made it look like an art form, which may be intimidating for newcomers. It's wise to keep in mind the practice of yoga requires great patience and acceptance of the body's limitations. This sequence is good for beginners where one partner may have a little bit of backdrop in yoga.
Side By Side Sun Salutations
Ease to the practice while standing side by side, by going through the basic sun salutation. The aim in this sequence would be to try and go and breathe in sync with your partner.
Twice Forward Crouch
Facing each other, sit in the floor and reach towards your toes in a forward bend. Press on the bottoms of your feet into your partner's and clasp hands to take the intensity to a brand new degree.
In this pose, both partners sit in a cross-legged seated position confronting each other. Inhale and lengthen your spine away and upward from your tailbone. Exhale and every partner twists to the right, you both reaching your right arm and holding your partner's left hand and repeating on the other side. Deepen by gently pulling in your hands this pose.
Down Dog/Back Stoop
One partner gets into downward-facing dog pose. The other partner, place your feet on either side of the down-dogging partner's hands and use your hands to lower yourself. Subsequently, stretch your arms overhead, letting your weight rest upon your partner's back. Remain for some breaths, and then trade places.
One partner gets right into a forward bending, and also the other gently sits on his or her lower back and reclines into a backbend. Then, take your arms out and upwards and extend his or her lower above your face. To add in a shoulder opener, your seated partner can reach for your wrists and pull them forward. Remain in this pose for several breaths, and then trade areas.