Baxter’s Story Window

Today’s Legs Up the Wall pose comes to you from Baxter’s window, where he watches his stories …

How are you resting today, friends?

This pose has become a daily practice for me. Let me know if you try it & how it goes …

Deep Restoration – 10-20 minutes

Legs up the Wall pose

Viparita Karani

“One of the most calming and deeply restorative arenas, especially following a vigorous practice, stressful day, or when feeling energetically down.” -Mark Stephens, Yoga Sequencing

Simple, to-the-point inversion.

Practice any time of day (lovely before bedtime).

You can practice against a wall, or simply swing legs over edge of couch or chair. COMFORT is paramount.

Legs can be bent of straight, relaxed arms near sides of body, & head/neck comfortable (a thin cushion is ok, pillow might cause kink in neck).

This pose can be made more comfortable using props found in your home – a firm blanket or pillow under the sacrum for tight hamstrings, a belt around the calves to relieve tension in leg muscles (I used a yoga block to give my hips some ease) …

Published by ericaengel42

I teach & practice Hatha Yoga for a simple reason -- it works. Hatha Yoga in the Himalayan Tradition is a holistic system of philosophy & practices passed down through an unbroken lineage of Himalayan sages. What Hatha Yoga is not: trendy, bendy or one-&-done. What Hatha Yoga is: a systematic approach to uncovering the real, authentic YOU in body, mind & spirit. Hatha Yoga cultivates well-being, stability, clarity & ease in modern life through traditional, time-tested practices. I look forward to connecting with you!

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