HANDSTAND POSE (ADHO MUKHA VRKSASANA)
“I fell in love with this pose a er I got to know Ido Po al, who blew up training the likes of Connor McGregor in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. You could say that it’s a very universal pose, as it resonates with the ones in gymnastics and movement yoga; it’s about how playful you can get with it, and the a itude that you engage with during the workout. Every time you do it, it’s not going to be pe ect. Every time it’s a new experience, no ma er how many times you’ve done it.
I’ve done it for years, and it gives me a lot of information about where my body’s situation stands. Is my body too tight? Is my focus not there? Am I a bit lopsided because my alignment’s off? It gives me a lot of feedback about what my body is experiencing.”