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There are so many benefits to performing yoga inversions and adding them to your practice. Aside from the expected physical benefits, inversions are said to improve brain function, release endorphins, alter your blood flow, and balance your hormones.

Despite their benefits, inversions are still notoriously challenging. But we can't think of a better way to challenge yourself than by using a TRX Suspension Trainer to complete a full inversion—and not only will it challenge you, but it will also help you ease into the move! Whether it's a supported shoulder stand, legs up the wall, or even downward-facing dog, you are sure to be in for a fun time. After all, who doesn't love to have fun while working up a sweat? 

Learn the do's, don'ts, tips, and tricks of TRX headstands and handstands from London-based TRX On Demand Instructors Niko Algieri and Jay Brockway as they up the ante using their TRX Suspension Trainer. 


Do you think you've mastered the art of the TRX Inversions? We would love to see your moves! Join the fun by using the hashtag #TRXforFUN on Instagram.

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