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What a head rush

August 25, 2008|Karen Voight

Inversions take weight away from the legs and improve circulation. If done on a regular basis, they will enhance your concentration skills by bringing more blood flow to the brain. Use this simple inversion move to become familiar with the correct positioning.

1. Kneel with your forearms and palms on the floor, shoulder's width apart. Spread your fingers. Straighten your legs and walk in until your heels are on the floor and your knees are straight.

2. Keep your head and shoulders lifted away from the floor. Slowly shift more weight to your right leg and begin to raise your left leg. Focus on keeping your hips and shoulders facing the floor. Pause for three breaths. Lower your leg and repeat on the other side.

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Karen Voight can be reached at kvoightla@aol.com.

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