Beginner's Yoga – Legs Up the Wall



Legs up the wall – (Viparita Karani) is a powerful yet incredibly restorative pose that is beneficial to the health of your heart.

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Place a folded bolster, blanket, or pillow against a wall, if needed.

Sit down as close as you can to the wall, next to the blanket. Lie down on your back, place your feet on the wall with your knees bent, and scoot your body over so that your bottom and lower back are on the blanket.

You want to adjust your body so that you butt is touching the wall, and then place your feet straight up, resting your heels on the wall. You can keep your arms by your sides, or by your head.

Close your eyes and allow your entire body to relax, feeling gravity pulling you down the wall.

It gives your heart a rest so it doesn’t have to pump as hard, and helps to slow down your heart rate, leaving you feeling relaxed with a calmer mind.

Spend 5 minutes or longer here noticing the natural rhythm of your breath and see what happens. Enjoy.

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3 thoughts on “Beginner's Yoga – Legs Up the Wall

  1. Legs up the wall is a powerful yet incredibly restorative pose that is beneficial to the health of your heart. It gives your heart a rest so it doesn’t have to pump as hard, and helps to slow down your heart rate, leaving you feeling relaxed with a calmer mind. http://youtu.be/uLszK8_pa3Q

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