Ok, so generally speaking inversion poses are usually ones where the feet are raised above the head like in a head stand. But milder inversions like downward facing dog, plow pose, and full wheel are inversions that are a good starting place for beginners. I’m focusing on core and upper body strengthening poses like these to help prepare me for the more advanced inversions. The pose below is a starting position for getting into a headstand.
It’s important to practice the headstand against a wall until you find yourself balancing in the pose without the use of the wall consistently for a period time. I’m really excited about the challenge of working toward some of these more advanced and very beneficial asanas. In the meantime I am also continuing to practice the basic routine I started out with.
Total fitness time Day 19 Yoga- 45 minutes Day 20 Yoga- 45 minutes
Be you and enjoy it.