Legs Up the Wall or in Sanskrit Viparita Karani” (VIP-uh-REE-tuh kah-RAH-nee), literally translates to “inverted action. When you take time out of your day to reverse the forward motions of doing, acting, and accomplishing, you allow your brain and body to settle into a state of pure being. Settling into this state, then, conditions the mind for deeper meditation, serenity, and self-awareness.
Legs Up the Wall is a rejuvenating pose that brings relief to the legs, feet, spine, and nervous system. It is a gentle way to bring the body into a state of deep relaxation and renewal.
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