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.
Keeping your feet on the ground during an inversion is a great way to build body awareness and confidence. Here are a few tips to stay focused and grounded with your FeetUp Trainer whenever life turns upside down!
When it comes to better forward folds: deep ≠ good. Want for more freedom and less soreness in your lower back? Grab a set of FeetUp Cork Blocks and practice these 3 easy tips for better forward folds in your yoga practice.
Have you ever felt pre-practice dread to the point that practice might not happen? This article is for you. Here are 5 simple ways to assure your movement practice feels like more of a blessing than a burden.
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.
Savasana is a potent yoga posture that provides reflective space for the nervous system to reset while whatever you've worked on settles in the body. Here are some tips to make the most of corpse pose with the FeetUp Trainer.
Here is everything you need to know in order to build a safe and long-lasting inversion practice with your FeetUp Trainer.
There is nothing quite like an unforgettable yoga class, be it good or bad. Here are six tips for yoga teachers to help make sure your classes are an unforgettably positive experience for both you and the students who attend.
There are countless articles online about the benefits of inversions that range from simple to profoundly bizarre. It seems like every yoga website online has at least one entry-level article that talks about the benefits of inversions. This is ours!