Gooooood morning! After losing an hour of sleep last night with Daylight Savings time starting, you may crave a little bottom’s up today. But not the kind you’re probably thinking of!
Yoga inversions are poses where your rear and heart are elevated above your head… hence, bottoms up!
Don’t be intimidated, you don’t need be able to to do a handstand to soak in the benefits. Inversions can be as basic as a downward dog, forward fold, or even putting your legs up a wall.
Today’s 3-minute video guides you through “Legs-Up-the-Wall” pose. This move inverts the body without straining your neck or head.
Sometimes, “Legs-Up-The-Wall” is called the “non-doing pose” because you just have to relax into it. It’s a beginner-friendly inversion with an array of benefits, including…
🧘♀️ Reduced headaches
🧘♀️ Lowered stress
🧘♀️ Reduced pain in knees
🧘♀️ Increased relaxation
🧘♀️ Relieves leg and foot cramps
Join me in slowing down the thought process, relaxing into the moment, and being present.