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15 Yoga Poses to Heal Your Whole Body

To better your whole body, try out these 15 healing yoga poses from Quentin Vennie's upcoming memoir, Strong in the Broken Places:

Mountain pose
Mountain pose
This pose helps to build confidence. Stand tall and affirm your ability to accomplish whatever you set your mind to while practicing this pose.

Chair pose
Chair poseThis is the pose that taught me the importance of finding comfort in being uncomfortable. That's a lesson I will hold forever.

Tree pose
Tree poseThis pose promotes concentration and awareness, and can be practiced anywhere—the elevator, in line at the grocery store, or while waiting for a train. Tree pose reminds me to be balanced and not so stuck in my ways.

Forward fold
Forward foldThis pose every morning to wake my body and mind. The forward fold also provides the same benefits as inversions, which improve blood circulation, help you maintain good posture, and relieve spinal pain.

CobraPeople (including myself) normally hold a lot of stress in their back, neck, and shoulders, and cobra is great for relieving discomfort in those areas. It also opens the chest and improves blood and oxygen circulation in the body.

Downward facing dog
Downward facing dogThis pose increases the blood flow to the brain, aiding in cognitive function, combating anxiety, and improving mood. Because it is an inversion, it also helps blood and lymph fluid flow in an opposite direction, taking pressure off the heart.

Warrior II
Warrior IIThis pose also tones and strengthens the shoulders, legs, and ankles. And holding it for a while challenges you to overcome discomfort in a similar way to chair pose. In addition to stimulating the abdominal organs and helping to relieve back pain, it makes you feel very powerful while doing it.

Legs up the wall
Legs up the wallWhen practicing this pose, I close my eyes and allow my mind to settle. It's a great pose to practice simple breathing exercises and meditation.

Crow pose
Crow poseThere needs to be a level of patience and caution when attempting this pose. However, after practicing this pose regularly, I noticed that I started becoming a lot more patient in other areas of my life.

Pigeon pose
Pigeon poseIt encourages us to let go, to embrace the discomforts of challenge and move beyond it. That's a lesson that I've applied to every aspect of my life.

Half moon pose
Half moon poseThis is another one of my favorite poses to practice during moments of anxiety. As another balancing pose, half moon helps to improve coordination and balance, helping to guide my attention away from anxiety.

Dolphin pose
Dolphin poseI started my inversion practice with dolphin, using it until I built the physical strength and confidence to try forearm stand.

Forearm stand
Forearm standIn addition, forearm stand also increases the blood flow to your head and detoxifies the adrenals, which is also said to aid in decreasing anxiety.

Supported fish pose

Supported fish poseIt encourages deep breathing and respiratory relief, both of which are important in minimizing the fight-or-flight response during an anxiety or panic attack. Personally I use a yoga block for additional support, which allows me to do less work and receive maximum relaxation.

Corpse pose
Corpse poseAfter putting my body through numerous poses and postures, corpse pose challenges stillness, both mentally and physically. In my opinion it's the most vulnerable pose, commanding a sense of acceptance, peace, and relaxation. In this pose, you are literally taking a few moments to rest in peace.