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partner yogaTwo is better than one, right?

Well, last week it certainly was. Instagram was filled with partner yoga shots—from Gypset Goddess Kaitlin Turner to Koya Webb, and Honza and Claudine Lafond of YogaBeyond—all proving that when it comes to jaw-dropping poses, you can be way better together.

Consider these the adult versions of the trust falls you used to do in gym class, and get inspired by these gorgeous shots. Maybe an AcroYoga pose is in your next vinyasa flow future? (Hey, even Lena Dunham does it!) —Molly Gallagher

(Photo: Instagram/yogabeyond)


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partner yoga 2Koya Webb, @koyawebb

“You shine, I shine, we shine together,” writes Webb about this gorgeous seaside partner pose with her yogi buddy Yoga Racheal. We couldn’t agree more.

(Photo: Instagram/koyawebb)


partner yogaHonza and Claudine Lafond, @yogabeyond

Honza and Claudine Lafond strike an AcroYoga pose in Bali. Bet that view’s even better from up there…

(Photo: Instagram/yogabeyond)


partner yoga 4Alissa Kepas, @alissayoga with @Chandolla

The perfect example of a pair who trusts each other.

(Photo: Instagram/alissayoga)


partner yoga 6Caitlin Turner, @gypsetgoddess

“Instead of practice makes perfect, try telling yourself ‘Practice makes possible.’ Change your perspective, and see what happens,” writes Turner.

(Photo: Instagram/gypsetgoddess)


partner yoga 5Naya Rappaport, @nayitavp

A beach blanket BFF—and a truly impressive pose.

(Photo: Instagram/nayitavp)


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