Lying with legs up the wall

  • Approaching the wall with the side of your pelvis first, swing your legs up the wall, supporting yourself with your arms.
  • Lay your back flat down on the floor or support your head, keeping the neck soft and the throat passive.
  • Stretch your arms over your head, placing the hands on the floor, cushion or other lift.
  • Relax but keep your legs together.
  • Let the lower back breathe and settle, especially at the sacrolumbar joint (pelvis/ lower back).
  • Once more, allow back brain to settle and temples to recede, until the eyes feel softer. Allow time for the breath to commune with the body.

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