What Urdhva Dhanurasana (Wheel Yoga Pose) Can Teach You

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Tiffany Wood practices Urdhva Dhanurasana (wheel yoga pose) using a block between her legs

The best teachers are the poses that you find challenging within your physical body. What does Urdhva Dhanurasana have to share for those who would rather not bend over backwards?

1. Honor your boundaries.

2. Strengthen your connection to the support of the Universe represented by your back body.

3. Patiently learn how to be visibly vulnerable as your allow your front body to open and lengthen.

4. When you feel stuck, pushing smarter not harder is the key.

Check out my Urdhva Dhanurasana video for students who find this pose a little more challenging.