Triangle with feet parallel: In this version of triangle, your feet are parallel to create more pelvic stability. Press the outer edge of your foot into the wall, and side bend towards the wall. Keep your quadriceps and brace your abdominal wall.  You can also side bend away from the wall.  

Triangle with feet parallel: In this version of triangle, your feet are parallel to create more pelvic stability. Press the outer edge of your foot into the wall, and side bend towards the wall. Keep your quadriceps and brace your abdominal wall.  You can also side bend away from the wall.  

Triangle variation, using the wall and blocks.  Stack two blocks against the wall. Make sure the blocks are on a secure surface. Place your right toes up the wall and your right heel on the block. Both quadriceps are engaged to prevent knee locking. Press into the wall with your right fingertips and toes - pressing into the wall creates resistance, and this resistance creates pelvic stability.  Reach up towards the ceiling and over towards the wall with your left arm. This version of triangle helps to reset the right thighbone in the socket, and provide more length in the left side waist. Hold for five to seven breaths, then repeat on the left side. 

Triangle variation, using the wall and blocks.  Stack two blocks against the wall. Make sure the blocks are on a secure surface. Place your right toes up the wall and your right heel on the block. Both quadriceps are engaged to prevent knee locking. Press into the wall with your right fingertips and toes - pressing into the wall creates resistance, and this resistance creates pelvic stability.  Reach up towards the ceiling and over towards the wall with your left arm. This version of triangle helps to reset the right thighbone in the socket, and provide more length in the left side waist. Hold for five to seven breaths, then repeat on the left side. 

Triangle variation with wall and blocks, Part 2: If you feel stable in the version above, then try placing your hand on your thigh or shin. 

Triangle variation with wall and blocks, Part 2: If you feel stable in the version above, then try placing your hand on your thigh or shin.