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April 27, 2015
I like to start with more energetic standing poses, continue with prone and seated poses, and end with supine poses. I would say that most yoga poses increase flexibility in some parts of the body; you might want to adjust your sequence on the area you want to focus on in a particular class (i.e. shoulders and arms, quadriceps, hamstrings and calves, etc.).
To get some ideas on sequencing I advise you to visit the Yoga Journal website, where you can found a large amount of information on everything related to yoga. If you digit "sequencing" on the search bar you will get many articles on the matter.
Good luck and namaste,
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