8 Top Yoga Teachers Give Their Best Advice for Finding Bravery in Inversions - Yoga Journal

8 Top Yoga Teachers Give Their Best Advice for Finding Bravery in Inversions

Do inversions make you anxious—and excited to try them? Work through those nagging fears and you’ll reap all the juicy benefits. Here, 8 top yoga teachers share their best tips for how to find the courage to go upside down, or to try a new inverted pose.
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When you first start taking yoga classes, you're often a little starstruck by that one person doing a whole bunch of Headstands, Handstands, and Forearm Stands in the middle of the room. "Wow," you think to yourself, "I wish I could do that." But you’re scared! We totally get it. That’s why we asked 8 top teachers for their best tips for going upside down (or trying a new inversion). With a little bit of courage and a lot of committed practice, you might be the one in the middle of the room next.

See also Turn Your Practice Upside Down: A Yogi's Guide to Inversions

8 Top Teachers Give Their Best Advice for Finding Bravery in Inversions