Iyengar: Using the Wall as a Prop Part 2 • Nadia Refaie • 50 min
60 min • 49m
Join Nadja Refaie for Part 2 of this two-part series exploring ways to use the wall as a prop in Iyengar yoga. The wall can help us stabilize our body in twists as well as help us develop proprioception about our body’s placement. In this video we’ll use the wall to explore parivrtta trikonasana, parivrtta ardha chandrasana (revolved triangle and revolved half-moon) and 3 seated twists.
Props: 2 blocks, a blanket, and the wall
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