If yoga enthusiast and instructor Dylan Werner has a weakness, it’s certainly not strength or flexibility. Just watch his Instagram video post, below. WOW. 

 

Central Park. Not really a flow. More just jumping and moving through handstand transitions.

A video posted by Dylan Werner (@dylanwerneryoga) on

 

And then there’s this. Holy sh##t!

 

 

Yeah, this is exactly what pool ladders are made for.

 

The benefits of yoga are commonly known: stress reduction, improved balance and increased overall fitness, to name a few (see Sources). There’s no denying Werner is reaping the rewards. If you’re wondering how long it may take you to get to a level like Werner, keep in mind he’s been teaching yoga for four years and has more than 10 years of background in strength and bodyweight movement (see Sources).

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If you’re contemplating trying some of Werner’s extreme poses, immediately reconsider. Don’t try it unless you have some experience in the field. Just don’t. A good start would be signing up for a beginner-level yoga class and working your way up. Hey, maybe a couple years down the road you, too, might be able to do a handstand off the edge of the Grand Canyon.

Sources:

  1. Instagram
  2. Mayo Clinic
  3. Dylan Werner Yoga