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May 3, 2010

Inversions are great for balance and concentration, as well as circulation. Michael Taylor demonstrates and gives us the scoop.

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Headstand - Your feet will lift easily off the ground when your base is strong, your feet are close to your body, and your hips up... More on how to do a Headstand >>

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Forearm Stand - From your hands and knees, lower your forearms to the ground, elbows right under your shoulders, hands straight... More on Forearm Stand >>

Handstand - There is no need to jump into this pose. Your grounded foot will lift easily when your weight is more forward of... More on how to do a Handstand >>

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Plow - Lie down on your back with arms alongside your body, and bring knees into your chest. More on how to do Plow Pose >>

Shoulder Stand - Lie down on your back with arms alongside your body, and bring knees into your chest. With legs either bent or... More on Shoulder Stand >>

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Michael Taylor
Michael Taylor

Mike Taylor is the co-founder of Strala Yoga, along with his wife, Tara Stiles. He studied mind-body medicine at Harvard University and complementary medicine at the University of Oxford. Taylor has practiced Eastern movement and healing, including tai chi and qigong, for more than 30 years.

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