Climb once with one finger in between the fabric. Climbing with fabric separated, hold fabric apart and dive the feet through the middle. Then warp each leg once and twice with the toes together and thighs together. For best results, keep the toes slightly turned up. Swim each arm through the middle of the fabric. For the pose, make sure the toes and thighs are held tightly together, arms are in a “T” position held out to each side.
To Bow:
Push the fabric over the hipbones, bend the knees, and tip forward while still keeping the legs and feet tight together. This is a good resting pose, and is a transition to the double foot lock. To move into the double foot lock, reach up over-head and pull up creating a loop to step into for the double foot lock.