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Chill Out Already!

We all need something that can help us relax and unwind. That's where the Viparita Karani or "Legs Up The Wall" pose comes in. “VK” is our favorite ❤️ inversion pose because it's simple and effective. We feel a sense of well-being, and renewal after completing this asana.

To practice this pose, we invert our legs up against a wall while the rest of our body lies flat on the mat. This gentle inversion helps to calm the mind, promote relaxation, and improve circulation.

It's no wonder that #viparitakarani is a favorite among yoga practitioners.

To get the most out of this pose, it's important to align your body correctly. If you're new to this asana, it's best to do it with the guidance of a yoga teacher. Once you've got the hang of it, you can try adding variations by bending your knees and bringing your feet together.

This will provide an even deeper stretch and relaxation.

Usually, we hold this pose for around 3 mins or so. Many yoga classes end with this pose as it helps to wind down the body and promote a sense of calm. With your legs elevated, gravity starts to work its magic, promoting a soothing, nourished feeling throughout your body. We usually burn incense when doing yoga, it adds another level to your space.

We love the scent of frankincense, and palo santo that it brings to our home. Check these out.

Aside from its relaxation benefits, Viparita Karani is also said to improve circulation and reduce swelling. So why dont you give it a try!

If you're looking for a new yoga mat, we've got you covered. Our eco-friendly yoga mats are designed by us and made in the USA.

Choose from several of our modern vibrant designs:

· OM | Urban yogi vibes, unleash your flow

· NAMASTE | Reflecting peaceful release and flow of your thoughts

· CHAKRA | Inspire your chakra points

· POSITIVE VIBES | Special size for our youth yogis

We've also recently added our eco-friendly yoga strap, perfect for helping you develop your practice.

Remember, consistency is key when it comes to yoga. Yoga is not just a practice, it's a way of living. Even if you don't have time for a full class, try practicing Viparita Karani for a few minutes each day. It's a simple but effective way to incorporate yoga into your daily routine and promote relaxation and well-being.

If you have a favorite pose you'd like to share, mention it in the comments section below. We'd would love to hear from you!

So why not give yoga a try and see how it can benefit you? It will change your life.#yogaisforeverybody

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