Yoga Tip/Challenge # 17: Use The Wall

A wall can be used in a number of different ways in your Yoga practice.

For Asanas, you can use a wall to create leverage, balance, support, and resistance in your poses and to perform strengthening and flexibility exercises.

In addition to Asana assistance, a wall can also be used in other limbs of your practice as well. You can, for example, use a wall for Dharana, Dhyana, and even Pratyahara practice with a bit of creativity.

What are some creative ways that you can incorporate a wall into your practice today?

Coming up with a few ideas is a great way to ensure that you fully take advantage of this often-overlooked boon that is always freely available for you to integrate into your Yoga routine.

Here Are A Few Ideas To Get You Started (Click Here To See Some Examples)

Upper body stretches against the wall

Stare at a blank wall or a dot drawn on the wall for concentration and meditation

Journal facing a wall to block out all external stimuli

Perform a sitting meditation with your back against the wall for balance

Stand with the back part of your body flat against the wall for about 5 minutes per day to develop a healthy posture

Pushups, Planks, and Chaturangas against the wall

Use the wall to get into a Handstand or Headstand

Wall Sit

The possibilities go on and on…

Thank you for reading.

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