Here’s the Part 2 sequence!
Chair: Inhale arms up, and sink your lower body down as if you were going to sit in a chair. You can stand up and sit back down in the imaginary chair as many times as you’d like. Bring your hands to center, press your palms together, and twist to the right. You might be able to hook your left elbow on the outside of the right knee. Untwist and try it on the left side.
Warrior 3: From arrow, tip your upper body forward a bit more, drawing your back leg up off the ground so you look like a capital T from the side. It is okay if you are wobbly here; it is supposed to be challenging and this is an extra fun one for kids to try. If you are feeling stable, continue tipping forward so that your hands are planted on the ground and your leg is extended toward the sky. Bring the extended leg down, and step your right foot back to ready for arrow pose. Move from arrow to warrior 3 on this side.
Squat and twist: Sink down into a squat. You may need to have a wider stance if you can’t get your heels on the ground. Press your palms together and use your elbows to help press your knees farther apart. You can then twist your upper body toward the right knee. Imagine twisting from your hips or your belly button, not your neck. Place your right hand at the small of your back. Sweep your left hand along the floor, wrapping it around your left knee and maybe touching your right hand. Repeat on the other side. Come to all fours.
Pigeon: From all fours, bring your right knee to your right wrist. Swing your angle around toward your left wrist. It doesn’t matter if you get your ankle close to your wrist or not. It shouldn’t hurt. Push your lower body back, keeping your left leg straight. Let gravity bring your pelvis closer to the ground. You can sink down onto your forearms and rest your head on your hands. Come up to all fours and repeat on the left side.