Full Wheel

Opening up the body feels pretty darn nice. Making space in the body and mind frees us up to have a little more room for ourselves.

How to

Lie on your back

Bring the bottoms of your feet on the ground next to your hips.

Place your palms on the ground next to your ears.

Press your hand and feet into the ground and lift your chest up.

Lengthen your spine evenly. Don’t push or force yourself into a certain shape. Go where your body can move easily. Breathe a lot. Stay for 5 deep breaths. Tuck your chin and gently lower down.

Let me know how it goes!

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3 Responses to Full Wheel

  • Kris said on 5-17-12 at 12:05 pm

    Ummmmm………………….no. Haven’t done the “wheel” since I was a kid. I’m not that flexible anymore, and I really don’t want a broken back or broken neck. I do the bridge with my hands clasped behind my back. That’s enough for me.

  • Anusha said on 5-25-12 at 9:31 am

    absolutely wonderful! i have been practicing yoga from the past 2 years and i have donbe the full wheel, and it is fantastic!

  • Lately this became the favorite posture of mine- I do at least 10 really full inhales and exhales, and I feel completely rejuvenated afterwards!
    Here comes one question: what do you consider more effective- feet completely on the ground or keeping the balance on the front part (more on the fingers)?
    Warm regards!!

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