How To Do Wheel Pose | Urdhva Dhanurasana

Hi, my awesome yogi friends! In today's video, I discuss how to do wheel pose, also known as urdhva dhanurasana or upward facing bow pose. This backbend is a bit challenging, which is why it is not for true yoga beginners unless you have a background in gymnastics, acrobatics, or dance. So, if you are just starting out in your yoga practice, just think of this as something to work up to, and come back to this video when you have a bit more of a grasp of the foundation of the other poses (TIP: try this Beginners Yoga Poses video, or 25 Minute Beginners Yoga Routine video, and practice that until you feel very comfortable with the movements.)

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However, if you do feel that you are ready to dive into a deeper backbend, then give this one a try!

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