Child's pose is perfect when you need a little "me time" throughout the day. Balasana invites us to put our heads down to check in whenever things get a little wild! Here is everything you need to know to enjoy child's pose with your FeetUp Trainer.
Downward Facing Dog is a dynamic pose that is both inverted and grounded at the same time. Here are a few tips on how to explore Adho Mukha Svasana using your FeetUp Trainer.
We absolutely love how Jean-Jacques teaches embodied movement that invites everyone to be at home in their own bodies with authority and power. Learn more about his amazing style here!
Building healthy core strength is a marathon, not a sprint. Big thanks to James Fowler for sharing his favorite FeetUp Trainer core strength exercises!
Share a yoga practice with someone you love with these fun and flowing FeetUp Partner Drills.
It can be challenging to unwind after a long day. Do you crave better sleep? Relax after a long day with some gentle yoga poses on your FeetUp Trainer.
Make every day Leg Day with the FeetUp Trainer! Here are 5 fun exercises to build more lower body strength & balance in your fitness practice.
For the days that call for more softness and support, this Grounded Warrior Series with your FeetUp Trainer will meet you right where your practice needs to be!
Douglas Adams once said that secret to flying is learning to throw yourself at the ground and miss. Thankfully, the secret to floating upside down is a LOT easier! Here are 6 FeetUp exercises to help take a hands-on approach with hands-free inversions.
Want to move with more balance and stability? Activate and engage your core like never before with these four fun FeetUp exercises!
Ready to explore full range of motion while upside down? Here are some progressions to help you master the Rolling Backdrop Walkover with your FeetUp Trainer.
How we carry ourselves in tadasana is essentially how we carry ourselves through life. Why not take some of the guesswork out? Seated Mountain pose with your FeetUp Trainer helps find proper right foot placement and focus more on internal alignment.