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Just a little obliques workout using my @feetup 🤣🤣 I’m playing around with the trainer and trying to find different ways I can use this little prop in my practice so that it is useful for me. Given that I don’t actually need a prop when it comes to my headstand practice, I’ve decided to see whether I can use it to get stronger and more flexible! So far I found it very useful for deep stretches, whilst also managing to have a bit of fun in the process! I don’t see myself using it everyday but rather when I have a bit more time on my mat 👍🏻😊it’s good to keep your practice playful, and this definitely is great for a bit of play!
One of my favourite things about yoga is when flexibility, strength and balance work together, and when they are balanced with a soft breath to find harmony and a peaceful state of mind - finding wholeness.
Two variations of a puppy pose, both open up the shoulders and chest, and help with the spine’s flexibility. One is a passive pose and the second one is an active pose. Neither is better than the other. Don’t focus on how advance your poses are in your practice but rather how they feel. Focus on being able to breathe in the pose and listen to your body, it’s your greatest teacher. I love both of these variations, but to be honest with you I do the first one way more often than the second one! What’s your favourite puppy pose? Do you use props sometimes, like a sofa or a wall??