6 Ways to Improve Your Backbends Using a Yoga Wheel

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Want to get deeper into your backbends? They are a rewarding part of a yoga practice, but jumping into them is an easy way to injure yourself. However, using a yoga wheel is a great way to warm up and work towards achieving these poses in a gentle and supportive way.   You will find this practice opens your shoulders, opens your hip flexors and stretches the whole front body.    These 6 poses make up a more advanced practice. These stretches are intense as we work towards a full camel pose. As they are deep stretches they are not suitable for beginners or people who have limited mobility. If this is you, please do check out some of my beginner practices first and work your way towards this one.   You will of course need a yoga wheel for these poses, as well I recommend a set of blocks.

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Want to get deeper into your backbends? They are a rewarding part of a yoga practice, but jumping into them too quickly or deeply is an easy way to injure yourself. However, using a yoga wheel is a great way to warm up and work towards achieving these poses in a gentle and supportive way.

You will find this practice opens your shoulders, opens your hip flexors and stretches the whole front body. 

These 6 poses make up a more advanced practice. They are intense as we work towards a full camel pose. As they are deep stretches they are not suitable for beginners or people who have limited mobility. If this is you, please do check out some of my beginner practices first and work your way towards this one.

You will of course need a yoga wheel for these poses, as well I recommend a set of blocks.

Yin yoga poses are typically held for an extended length of time, upwards of 5 minutes, however since these poses are quite intense, don't feel you have to hold them for quite as long. Instead hold them for about 2-3 minutes each.

The following makes up most of my Yin Yoga with Yoga Wheel practice, which can be found over on my YouTube channel.

1. Supported Fish Pose - Sitting at the top of your mat (so that you have room to roll backwards). Gently recline onto the wheel so that it sits on the mid to upper back. Legs can either extend in front of you, or for a hip opener bring the feet together and open the knees wide into butterfly pose legs. I like to clasp my hands and reach my arms up overhead here as well to intensify the stretch further, however you may simply allow them to rest at the side. Take a moment to get settled here and find stillness. Once you have done so, close the eyes and connect with the breath.

2. Supported Bridge Pose - Bend your knees and bring the soles of your feet to the ground. Pushing into the feet, start to rock back onto the wheel until the wheel is more on the mid back. Extend your legs out in front of you, as the arms keep reaching up overhead or wherever is comfortable. After holding here for a few minutes you can take the pose deeper. Bend the knees one at a time, again bringing the soles to the mat. Use your hands to gently roll further back onto the wheel, bringing it under the sacrum/low back. If possible, catch hold of each ankle with your hands. Hold for about 3 minutes. Relax the neck, head and anything else that doesn't need to be working. Let the hips be heavy on the wheel.


3. Waterfall Pose - With your hips supported by the wheel, extend the legs up toward the ceiling. For help balancing you may want to extend your arms out to the side. Allow yourself to get heavy and soften to the wheel and ground. This pose is not meant to be challenging, but instead a chance to relax the low back. After holding for a few minutes, bend the knees and lower the feet to the ground. Carefully roll your way forward to get off of the wheel.


4. Puppy Pose - Making your way to hands and knees, bring the wheel in front of you. Set your hands onto the wheel and roll it so that your elbows are connecting with the wheel. Bring your hands together, and bend the elbows. Keep your hips stacked over the knees, with the knees hip distance apart. Set the forehead to rest either on the biceps or between the arms directly on the wheel. Melt the heart down. You may need to inch the wheel away to get a deeper stretch. Relax the shoulders down, engage the core. With every breath see if you can let your upper body get heavier, and relax towards the floor.

5. Splits Pose - Set yourself up with the wheel in front of you and a block on either side. From your knees, place the right ankle and calf muscle on top of the wheel and slide it forward keeping the back leg in place. Don't worry about straightening the legs, let your right knee bend as much as it wants to. Be kind to your wrists, pushing down through your fingertips and knuckles instead. Repeat this on the other side.

6. Camel Pose - Moving the block out of the way, come to hero pose. From kneeling, bring your sit bones to the ground, with the shins to the outside of the thighs, and femurs parallel to one another. Align your knees to the hips and point the soles of the feet upwards. From here, wiggle the wheel underneath the low to mid back. Keep your arms as they are or reach hands back to hold the wheel. If your flexibility is deep, you may even be able to reach to hold the ankles (I'm not quite that far). If you are feeling any pinching in the low back, ease off of the grip and stay in supported hero pose instead. After a reasonable length of time here, bring the hands to the shins as you slowly push your way up and out of the pose.

After these deep backbends be sure to close the practice with a recovery child's pose, and a reclined spinal twist, before making your way into savasana.

If you are more auditory or visual and want to practice alongside a teacher, check out the video below.


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Thanks for bending and rolling with me,
Kassandra


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Want to get deeper into your backbends? They are a rewarding part of a yoga practice, but jumping into them is an easy way to injure yourself. However, using a yoga wheel is a great way to warm up and work towards achieving these poses in a gentle and supportive way.   You will find this practice opens your shoulders, opens your hip flexors and stretches the whole front body.    These 6 poses make up a more advanced practice. These stretches are intense as we work towards a full camel pose. As they are deep stretches they are not suitable for beginners or people who have limited mobility. If this is you, please do check out some of my beginner practices first and work your way towards this one.   You will of course need a yoga wheel for these poses, as well I recommend a set of blocks.

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Want to get deeper into your backbends? They are a rewarding part of a yoga practice, but jumping into them too quickly or deeply is an easy way to injure yourself. However, using a yoga wheel is a great way to warm up and work towards achieving these poses in a gentle and supportive way.

You will find this practice opens your shoulders, opens your hip flexors and stretches the whole front body. 

These 6 poses make up a more advanced practice. They are intense as we work towards a full camel pose. As they are deep stretches they are not suitable for beginners or people who have limited mobility. If this is you, please do check out some of my beginner practices first and work your way towards this one.

You will of course need a yoga wheel for these poses, as well I recommend a set of blocks.

Yin yoga poses are typically held for an extended length of time, upwards of 5 minutes, however since these poses are quite intense, don't feel you have to hold them for quite as long. Instead hold them for about 2-3 minutes each.

The following makes up most of my Yin Yoga with Yoga Wheel practice, which can be found over on my YouTube channel.

1. Supported Fish Pose - Sitting at the top of your mat (so that you have room to roll backwards). Gently recline onto the wheel so that it sits on the mid to upper back. Legs can either extend in front of you, or for a hip opener bring the feet together and open the knees wide into butterfly pose legs. I like to clasp my hands and reach my arms up overhead here as well to intensify the stretch further, however you may simply allow them to rest at the side. Take a moment to get settled here and find stillness. Once you have done so, close the eyes and connect with the breath.

2. Supported Bridge Pose - Bend your knees and bring the soles of your feet to the ground. Pushing into the feet, start to rock back onto the wheel until the wheel is more on the mid back. Extend your legs out in front of you, as the arms keep reaching up overhead or wherever is comfortable. After holding here for a few minutes you can take the pose deeper. Bend the knees one at a time, again bringing the soles to the mat. Use your hands to gently roll further back onto the wheel, bringing it under the sacrum/low back. If possible, catch hold of each ankle with your hands. Hold for about 3 minutes. Relax the neck, head and anything else that doesn't need to be working. Let the hips be heavy on the wheel.


3. Waterfall Pose - With your hips supported by the wheel, extend the legs up toward the ceiling. For help balancing you may want to extend your arms out to the side. Allow yourself to get heavy and soften to the wheel and ground. This pose is not meant to be challenging, but instead a chance to relax the low back. After holding for a few minutes, bend the knees and lower the feet to the ground. Carefully roll your way forward to get off of the wheel.


4. Puppy Pose - Making your way to hands and knees, bring the wheel in front of you. Set your hands onto the wheel and roll it so that your elbows are connecting with the wheel. Bring your hands together, and bend the elbows. Keep your hips stacked over the knees, with the knees hip distance apart. Set the forehead to rest either on the biceps or between the arms directly on the wheel. Melt the heart down. You may need to inch the wheel away to get a deeper stretch. Relax the shoulders down, engage the core. With every breath see if you can let your upper body get heavier, and relax towards the floor.

5. Splits Pose - Set yourself up with the wheel in front of you and a block on either side. From your knees, place the right ankle and calf muscle on top of the wheel and slide it forward keeping the back leg in place. Don't worry about straightening the legs, let your right knee bend as much as it wants to. Be kind to your wrists, pushing down through your fingertips and knuckles instead. Repeat this on the other side.

6. Camel Pose - Moving the block out of the way, come to hero pose. From kneeling, bring your sit bones to the ground, with the shins to the outside of the thighs, and femurs parallel to one another. Align your knees to the hips and point the soles of the feet upwards. From here, wiggle the wheel underneath the low to mid back. Keep your arms as they are or reach hands back to hold the wheel. If your flexibility is deep, you may even be able to reach to hold the ankles (I'm not quite that far). If you are feeling any pinching in the low back, ease off of the grip and stay in supported hero pose instead. After a reasonable length of time here, bring the hands to the shins as you slowly push your way up and out of the pose.

After these deep backbends be sure to close the practice with a recovery child's pose, and a reclined spinal twist, before making your way into savasana.

If you are more auditory or visual and want to practice alongside a teacher, check out the video below.


If you want to see more content like this, please do subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Thanks for bending and rolling with me,
Kassandra


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Are you ready to work your upper body? This 60 minute powerful yoga flow will help you get into Wheel pose by strengthening your back, chest, shoulders, core and arms! This is a great workout to help you progress in your practice and work the posterior muscle chain.

We'll start off with a bit of core work on the floor and then start opening up the chest, shoulders and upper back. As we pick up the pace of the flow we'll start including some backbends with fun variations of low lunge and warrior 1. We'll play with some poses like dolphin, forearm plank, locust, wild thing and finally work our way into wheel pose.

You'll want to have 2 blocks for this practice as we will be starting off in Supported Fish pose! This is an intermediate practice, enjoy :)

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Whether or not it is safe and wise to practice yin yoga while pregnant has become a hot topic debate amongst yoga teachers.   Those who say not to are worried about the pregnancy hormone Relaxin causing you to be more flexible as your body prepares for childbirth. As yin yoga is all about finding the edge and increasing your flexibility they worry expectant mothers will push too far. Other teachers (I include myself in this grouping) say it is totally okay as long as you modify the practice, and don't go as far as you normally would.   The 6 pose below will outline exactly how to modify your practice to accommodate for your pregnancy. They will also help you to open the side waist, open the hips a little, and relieve low back pain.   They are good for all stages of your pregnancy - first, second and third trimester.   Set yourself up with lots of props, including a set of blocks and a few pillows or cushions.

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Whether or not it is safe and wise to practice yin yoga while pregnant has become a hot topic debate amongst yoga teachers.

Those who say not to are worried about the pregnancy hormone Relaxin causing you to be more flexible as your body prepares for childbirth. As yin yoga is all about finding the edge and increasing your flexibility they worry expectant mothers will push too far. Other teachers (I include myself in this grouping) say it is totally okay as long as you modify the practice, and don't go as far as you normally would.

The 6 poses below will outline exactly how to modify your practice to accommodate for your pregnancy. They will also help you to open the side waist, open the hips a little, and relieve low back pain.

They are good for all stages of your pregnancy - first, second and third trimester.

Set yourself up with lots of props, including a set of blocks and a few pillows or cushions.

These 6 poses make up my 40 minute YouTube practice, Prenatal Yin Yoga. If you would prefer to see or hear me walk you through these poses, head on over there.


1.  Yogic Squat (2 minute hold) - Turn the heels in and toes out as you lower yourself into a squat. The feet should be about hip width distance apart, or wider as needed to accommodate your growing belly. To minimize the effort of this pose, you may choose to place a block under the bum for support. Bring your hands together, using the elbows to open the knees wider.  Lower your shoulders, and maybe bring a hand to the belly to connect with the baby. Make sure the breath continues to flow smoothly, as you should not practice breath retention during prenatal yoga.

2. Dangling Pose (2 minute hold) - Forward fold with legs about mat width. Bring your feet parallel to the edges of the mat. Just inside the mat, or maybe wider depending on the size of your baby bump. Instead of folding in really close to the thighs, bring hands down onto a block in front of you. Take a generous bend in the knees. Rock some of the weight back into the heels as you counter this with the forward reach through the fingers. Drop and shake out the head. Elongate the sides of the waist. Only hold this pose for about 10 long steady breaths.

3. Deer Pose (3-4 minutes each side) - From hands and knees, bring your right knee behind the right wrist as if setting up for pigeon pose. However, let your right hip drop back to the mat. Find a 90 degree angle with your front knee - hip in line with knee, knee to ankle parallel to front of the mat. Then find a 90 degree angle with the back leg - left knee straight out from left hip, shin parallel to long edge of mat. Flex both feet. You may choose to either walk your hands behind you, as I have done in the image above, or fold over the right thigh. Whichever is accessible to you at this time in your pregnancy. Soften into the pose. As you breathe, send loving thoughts to your womb. Slowly and mindful make your way out of the pose after 3 minutes or so, then set up for the other side.

4. Neck Release - Sitting tall however is comfortable for you, drop the left ear towards the left shoulder. Keep your shin slightly lifted. To take a deeper release, crawl the right fingers out to the side, and to go further still bring left fingers to top of the head to gently increase stretch and lengthen space between shoulder and ear. After a few breaths here, roll the chin towards the left shoulder. Take some deep breaths here. Gently return the head back to center and switch to the right side.

5. Side Seal (3-4 minutes each side) - Roll onto the right hip, extending both legs out to the side. Stack one leg roughly on top of the other. Bring the right hand out to the side and set the left hand in front. If the angle is too deep, lower to your right forearm, and maybe use a block or pillow to support your right side. Drop the side and sink into the pose. Let the tension go from the jaw. If you have balance here, you may want to bring the left hand up to connect with the belly as you close your eyes. Slowly ease your way to the opposite side.

6. Wide Legged Child's Pose - Set yourself up with lots of support as needed. The further along you are, the more support you will want. As you take the knees wide, we typically bring the toes to touch in this pose but that may not be possible, instead set a block between the feet. Let your hips sink back onto the block. As you prepare to fold forward, use cushions as needed to fill the gap between where the belly hits the mat and where your head is in relation to the mat. Let your forehead rest down, or turn to one ear.

I hope you enjoyed these poses, and found some relief while also getting a chance to connect with the growing baby inside you. If you would prefer to see me practicing alongside you, click the video below.


Thanks for trusting me to guide you through your practice at this special time. If you want to see more content like this, please do subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Namaste,
Kassandra


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Those of you who suffer from upper back knots know what a pain (literally and figuratively) it can be to get moving when inflicted with these. However, you may also know that slow, easy, mindful movement can work as well as a visit to a Registered Massage Therapist.   These 5 yin yoga moves will help to give yourself an internal massage!   Take your time setting up and moving out of them. Stay in them for a length of time that feels good. I urge you to work through discomfort, but do ease off it becomes painful and/or you are experiencing pinching.   You may notice some relief right away, or it might take a couple days to kick in, either way you have done yourself some good on the way to "untying" those knots!   If you have a limited range of motion (from the knots or otherwise), you may want to have a set of blocks nearby to help make the poses more accessible.

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Those of you who suffer from upper back knots know what a pain (literally and figuratively) it can be to get moving when inflicted with these. However, you may also know that slow, easy, mindful movement can work as well as a visit to a Registered Massage Therapist.

These 5 yin yoga moves will help to give yourself an internal massage!

Take your time setting up and moving out of them. Stay in them for a length of time that feels good. I urge you to work through discomfort, but do ease off if it becomes painful and/or you are experiencing pinching.

You may notice some relief right away, or it might take a couple days to kick in, either way you have done yourself some good on the way to "untying" those knots!

If you have a limited range of motion (from the knots or otherwise), you may want to have a set of blocks nearby to help make the poses more accessible.

These moves come from the YouTube video I posted some time ago Yin Yoga for Upper Back Knots. Feel free to head on over there and practice with me. Or read on to learn the poses and have them in your arsenal the next time you are experiencing a stiff upper back.


1. Easy Child's Pose - For this variation of child's pose keep the knees only about hip distance apart. Instead of reaching the arms forward and straining the upper back, reach the arms back palms up at your sides. Let your forehead come to a block or directly to the mat. Connect to your breath, as you imagine it flowing to the area of the knot. Invite the knot to loosen and relax.


2. Thread the Needle - Make your way to hands and knees. Starting with the right side, reach your arm underneath you to the opposite side, until your shoulder and ear comes to rest on the mat or a block. The left hand can then either press to the floor just in front of you or slide forward, but be sure to keep the left shoulder down the back and away from the ear. Keep the hips from shifting forward, instead they should remain stacked directly over the knees. Feel the rib cage expanding with each breath. Repeat on the left side.


3. Straight Legged Forward Fold - Sitting up tall, extend the legs long in front of you. You may choose to keep a small bend in the knees here. If you find yourself rolling back in this position, slide a block underneath your hips for added height. You may want to set another block between the legs in front of you, approximately where your head will fall as you fold forward. Start to walk the palms forward, in this iteration let your spine curve naturally to target the area of tension. Let your head rest onto a block or two at whatever height to support you. As you hold the pose over time, and gravity allows you to fold deeper, lower the blocks. Relax your arms, jaw and facial muscles. As your back body stretches, imagine the breath moving through this posterior chain as you hold the pose.

4. Reclined Spinal Twist - Come all the way down to lying on your back on the mat. Bend the knees and set the soles of the feet on the mat. Extend your arms out to either side, or find cactus arms. Press into the feet as you shift your hips over to the right side. Drop both knees over towards the left. You may opt to either keep the knees stacked one on top of the other or to intensify the stretch by crossing the thighs. Ground the shoulder blades down to ensure the twist is happening throughout the spine. Keep the gaze straight up or turn the neck to look towards the right shoulder. Repeat on the other side.

5. Savasana - You have made it to the final resting pose, and it is not to be forgotten. Take up some space as you make your way flat onto your back. If laying on your back doesn't allow you to rest with the pain you are currently experiencing you may opt to lay on your side or even on the stomach. Drop the toes out to the sides, let the palms turn up. Feel the difference throughout the body, particularly in the area we were targeting, from the start of the practice until now. Stay here and rest for at least a few minutes. When you feel ready to get up and start moving again, do so mindfully.

Want more details for these poses, or want to be guided through how long to hold each for? Check out the video below.


I hope these poses brought you some relief from back pain. If you enjoyed this practice, please do subscribe to my channel on YouTube - Yoga with Kassandra

In peace,
Kassandra



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Hey friends, it's Thursday and that means I have a new yoga class for you! This week I've decided to do an advanced Yin Yoga practice using a yoga wheel :)

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This 40 minute Yin Yoga practice using a yoga wheel will help you get into some very deep backbends, working our way into Kapotasana pose. This practice is NOT suitable for beginners and definitely not suitable for anyone with a slipped or herniated disc!!!

The poses we'll be doing include:
- Supported Fish
- Modified Supported Bridge
- Supported Bridge
- Waterfall
- Puppy
- Splits
- Kapotasana/Full Camel Pose

This is a great class to do if you're trying to improve your backbends and increase overall flexibility. We will open up the shoulders, chest, hamstrings and hip flexors while also deepening the range of motion in the spine.

What do you think of the yoga wheel? Is it a prop you enjoy using? I've had mine for a while now and tend to only use it for deep backbends like the ones done in this class.

If you'd like to see more tutorials using the yoga wheel, let me know!!

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Hey yogis, this particular post is for health & wellness professionals who are curious about starting their own youtube channel but don't really know how.
I get about a dozen emails on that very topic every single month so I know this is something many of you care about and it can be hard to figure out on your own.
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