Lie flat on your back, with your sit-bones as close to the wall as possible.  Extend your legs up the wall as flat as possible.  Continue in this position for about 10-20 minutes.

This position helps change up blood flow in your lower body, removing toxins and allowing sore muscles to recover.  This position also is thought to aid digestion and reproductive organs.  Best of all it is super calming and grounding.

 

Nicole Berschback
By: Nicole Berschback

Cole is a wife and mom of three. She has been a Registered Dietitian since 2005. Her journey through self-mastery and anchoring herself in her family has been the most important and on-going practice of her life. Cole loves being active with her family, yoga, cooking, and spending time in nature.

2 thoughts on “Day 6: Recovery – Legs up the wall”

    1. Hi! Many of our recovery workouts will be yoga influenced but there will not be a specific yoga program. Thanks for the question.

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