Legs Up the Wall
- Sit flat on the ground with your side close against the wall.
- Lean back onto your hands, spinning your body slightly and sliding the back of your legs up the wall. Recline onto your back with your feet facing the ceiling.
- Slowly inch your bottom closer to the wall, keeping your hands in place on your stomach.
- Close your eyes and relax. Hold for two to three minutes.
- Lay on your back with your arms at your sides, palms down. Put your feet flat on the floor with your knees up.
- Lift your hips to the sky, on the inhale, while pressing down on the soles of your hands. Hold for three breaths.
- Release this tension on an exhale, lowering your body one vertebra at a time.
- Repeat three times. Once complete, sway your knees gently back and forth to release any tension in the spine.
- Starting from the Plank Pose, press the hips up and back. Press your chest towards your knees.
- Make sure your heels are hip-width apart, and your fingers are spread wide with weight evenly distributed through your hands.
- Relax your head and neck, and shoulders away from your ears, sending your gaze towards your toes.
- Stay here for anywhere between 30 seconds to a minute.