Dua Lipa’s “Future Nostalgia” Tour has been a masterclass in memorizing choreography and constructing stamina, however outdoors of her onstage exercises, the “Physical” singer makes time to wind down along with her favourite yoga poses. Throughout a 73 Questions interview with Vogue on Might 10, Lipa revealed that she “all the time, all the time” travels along with her yoga mat, a easy however versatile exercise instrument that doubtless serves as an important place to recenter her physique and thoughts after performing for crowds of 1000’s of followers throughout the globe.
“What’s essentially the most troublesome yoga pose that you’ve got mastered?” interviewer Joe Sabia asks Lipa as she guides him by a labyrinth of stage gear. With out hesitation, Lipa reveals that her most challenging pose thus far is a Crow pose — an arm-balancing pose that entails balancing your knees in your elbows as you crouch ahead in your arms — that transforms right into a headstand. When requested to show for the digicam, Lipa replies, “In heels and denims? I can attempt,” and confidently steps onto the yoga mat.
After taking a second to compose herself, Lipa — wearing an embellished butterfly crop top, flared denims, and a shimmering pair of four-inch heels — leans ahead on the mat and slips effortlessly into the Crow pose. To Sabia’s amazement, she proceeds to tip ahead onto her head and prolong her legs vertically, flawlessly executing a headstand. Lipa holds the pose for a number of seconds earlier than sticking the touchdown in her glowing purple heels and giving herself a well-deserved spherical of applause.
Nailing a headstand is troublesome sufficient in leggings and exercise socks, however Lipa’s reserve whereas executing the transfer in full glam is a tribute to the “Levitating” singer’s spectacular yoga abilities. See Lipa pull off an ideal headstand in glittering heels right here, or watch her do the identical transfer in additional conventional yoga apparel in her recent Instagram post. TBH, it is spectacular both approach.