This is a feminine practice that can be especially helpful for men and masculine-essenced beings to create a conscious and embodied container for anger.
Begin standing with your feet parallel and hip width apart. Pull in your navel slightly, so that your sacrum tips down towards the floor, and bend your knees slightly. Hold your arms out from your sides, like you are carrying luggage, which will allow your chest to open and your shoulders to drop. Take a few minutes to breathe deeply and create a deep connection with the earth, while at the same time feeling your back body tall and wide.
After grounding in this way for a few minutes, begin to march your knees up high, lifting from your navel. Then allow yourself to cultivate and feel any anger you may be holding. You can make sounds if this will help you to more deeply feel and amplify the anger. As you bring this anger through your body, cultivate the sense of "I am here" - be angry while also claiming your space and becoming fully present.
Then return to stillness, plug back into the earth, and feel what has moved and shifted in you. From this place of having owned your anger, feel down into the earth and up into the sky, so that your body becomes a bridge between earth and sky.
Finally, imagine your body as a tree; your trunk solid and the energy of your branches and leaves gesturing and stretching in all directions while taking in the energy of the sunlight, and transmuting it into healing energy. Lift your heart towards who you want to be in the world while also rooting down into the earth.
Disclaimer: Although anyone may find this practice to be useful, it is made available with the understanding that we are not engaged in presenting specific medical, psychological, emotional, sexual or spiritual advice. Nor is anything in this practice intended to be a diagnosis, prescription, recommendation or cure for any specific kind of medical, psychological, emotional, sexual or spiritual problem. Each individual has unique needs and this practice cannot take these individual differences into account. Each person should engage in a program of treatment, prevention, cure, or general health only in consultation with a licensed, qualified physician, therapist or other competent professional. Any person suffering from a sexually transmitted disease or any local illness of his or her sexual organs should consult a medical doctor and a qualified instructor of sexual yoga before practicing the sexual methods described in this practice.