Headstand or Supported Headstand (Shirshasana)

Headstand, also known as Shirshasana Salamba Sirsasana, supported headstand, and Sirshasana. Shirsasana is the king of the asanas. It's known as one of the most difficult poses, but it has remarkable benefits. The upside-down pose helps to ease constipation and relieve nervous disorders and anxiety.

Headstand

Beginner’s Tip

Use assistance. Use a doorway or a wall as a practice area. As you gain greater stability and strength in the position, step one foot, then the other, away from the wall. Begin modestly. Try to hold your position for 10 seconds, and then progressively increase it by 5 to 10 seconds at a time. Holding a strong pose for 20 seconds is preferable to a weak pose lasting three minutes.


NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.


Tip To Do -

1 - Squat down on your toes and lower yourself onto your knees.
2 - Use your arms to support your body and create a bowl with your hands to hold your head.
3 - Bend forward and put your head in your hands and try to raise your body.
4 - Take a small head step forward and slowly lift your feet off the floor.
5 - Maintain your balance while stretching your legs upwards.


The Advantages of the Headstand

1 - It improves blood circulation, gives strength to the respiratory system, and improves concentration and memory.
2 - It decreases fluid build-up in the legs, ankles, and feet.
3 - It improves the digestive system.
4 - It improves blood flow to your eyes.
5 - Increases focus on your work and improves mental function.

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