Many yoga poses for two people are modified versions of poses for individuals.
This yoga pose stretches out the hamstrings. When performed alone, Standing Forward Bend (Uttanasana) intensely stretches the legs by bringing the head to the knees.
Sitting Spinal Twist (Ardha Matsyendrasana) can be performed or with a partner. It’s also called Half Lord of the Fishes.
Performing Boat Pose (Navasana) with a partner intensely stretches the core and hamstrings. This pose may be for advanced yogis as it requires a lot of flexibility in the legs.
Seated Forward Bend (Paschimottanasana) is a beginner-friendly stretch. It’s also known as Intense Dorsal Stretch, and it targets the hamstrings, calves, and back.
Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana) is a beginning yoga pose for many new yogis. It is an inverted pose that targets the hamstrings and calves.
Standing Backbend (Anuvittasana) is a great starting point to work up to a full backbend. This pose stretches out the back and opens up the chest.
This yoga pose for two people is a variation of Pyramid Pose (Parsvottanasana), which stretches the hamstrings and shoulders.
Many AcroYoga poses are more advanced than others. Down Dog Bow Pose is one of them, but it can be modified for all levels.
Camel Pose (Ustrasana) is an intermediate yoga pose that targets the core and quadriceps while opening up the chest.