Legs up the Wall
- After Pigeon Pose and a quick Downward Dog, drop to your hands and knees. Stand, grab your mat, and move toward the closest wall.
- Sit sideways, and position yourself a few inches away from a wall. On your exhale, swing your hips 90 degrees to bring legs up the wall.
- Allow your shoulders and head to rest lightly on the floor, relax your arms at your sides, and close your eyes. Hold for at least 10 breaths.
- Keep your legs firm against the wall, but don't force anything in this pose. If it feels uncomfortable on your lower back, then move a few more inches away from the wall.
Source: Megan Wolfe Photography