Great Counter Pose When You Are on Your Feet Too Long

 

legs up on wall - man
Figure 1
legs up on wall - drawing
Figure 2: Yoga pose where the feet is higher than the heart which is higher than the head
reclining pose with chair
Figure 3

Here are a few yoga poses that are worth noting.  (See the three images.) I used to do one of these poses when I was a waitress back in college. I was always on my feet and at the end of the workday, I wanted to lay down in a way to counteract being on my feet all day.

Ideally, I have found it’s best to be in this pose for 15 minutes which gives you enough time to relax.

Try these variations and see how you feel!

Emy Louie is the author of “Fast Trains: America’s High Speed Future.” She has a degree in Architecture from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa.  In 2007 and 2008, she hosted “The Emy Louie Show” interviewing the movers and shakers of Feng Shui, Sustainable Urban Design, and Green Building.

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