YOGA INVERSIONS - 2 - LEARN - FOREARM BALANCE | Viru Badwal | Skillshare

YOGA INVERSIONS - 2 - LEARN - FOREARM BALANCE

Viru Badwal, YOGA TEACHER

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12 Lessons (14m)
    • 1. Meet Your Instructor

      0:11
    • 2. Safety

      0:19
    • 3. Forearm Balance Demo

      0:48
    • 4. Shoulders Stretch for Flexibility

      0:48
    • 5. Build Strength & Stability 1

      1:02
    • 6. Build Strength & Stability 2

      1:25
    • 7. Kick up Forearm Stand at The Wall

      1:10
    • 8. Falling out of Pincha (With Wall)

      2:34
    • 9. Falling out of Pincha (Without Wall)

      1:12
    • 10. Find Balance

      1:52
    • 11. Bonus video Forearm balance with Blocks for core stability and balance

      2:05
    • 12. Next - HANDSTAND COMING SOON!

      0:27

About This Class

Going upside down makes you stronger and more flexible. Plus it changes your perspective. Use this sequence to build a Forearm Balance and watch your body and mind transform.

As you work to build up to Pincha Mayurasana, a pose that requires a courageous, open heart, not to mention flexibility in the upper back and shoulders, notice when you feel challenged. If the physical part is hanging you up, concentrate on your upper body or your abdominal muscles to create the conditions necessary to go upside down. If fear is the problem and it takes hold, fully experience its texture as it arises, stay steady as those feelings move through you, and watch how they naturally dissolve.

The seeds of change already exist within you. Even if you don't go upside down today, you have everything you need your breath, your patience, and your resolve to transform your fear into curiosity and your cautious preparations into the exhilaration of a full inversion. Good luck!