Iyengar: Viparita Karani Cycle • Tristan Boyer Binns • 23 min
Yoga • 23m
Viparita Karani, or Legs Up the Wall, is a wonderful pose cycle to practice at the beginning or end of a longer practice. It is also a perfect stand alone practice to help recharge and revitalize, or calm down, at any point during the day. Truly versatile! Please do the whole cycle, or shorten it as time allows.
Suggested props: 2 blankets, a bolster or additional blankets, a strap
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