A yoga inversion? An inversion is a pose where you stand on a yoga mat while balancing on the back of your knees. It is said to have calming and relaxing effects.

Inversion yoga is a yoga pose that involves bending your knees while balancing onto a yoga yoga mat.

It has calming and improving effects on the joints, according to the Indian Journal of Orthopaedic & Musculoskeletal Care.

It also helps in strengthening the spine and the abdominal muscles.

The poses can be done as part of a yoga program or as part with a traditional yoga class.

According to the yoga teacher at the school, it is recommended that you do it every day, especially if you have arthritis.

“Inversions are very popular and have been a part of Indian yoga since long,” said Ritu Kumar, the founder and principal of Yoga University, which offers yoga inverts.

“The purpose of inversions is to create a natural posture which promotes the healthy development of the muscles.”

For the student, it was not an option to continue with yoga after her hip flexor was hurt.

“I have been working on yoga for a few years now, and I did not feel like going back to yoga after hip flexors were hurt.

I decided to do some inversions with the aim of increasing my flexibility.

I did the inversions for 20 minutes and did them three times a day for a month,” she said.

According the yoga instructor, the inversion has been very beneficial for her hip flexibility.

“My hips feel more relaxed now and the flexibility of the hip muscles improves,” she added.