Upside Down

Upside down:

I love being upside down! It makes me happy. Go for it: Strengthen your abs, release your shoulder blades, and learn to protect your neck. Then you will truly enjoy new perspectives. Beginners practice against the wall! Bring special awareness to the entrance and the exit of your postures.

Adho Mukha Vrkshasana (Handstand):
Think Tadasana upside down. Have a rest after the first three attempts.
Pincha Mayurasana (Scorpion of Peacock feather):
Be careful when you exit the pose.
Sirhasana (Headstand):
The King of all postures!
Sirshasana with blocks:
I recommend this to beginners and people with a long neck.
Sirshasana modification.
Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand):
The Queen of all postures. Work with the wall.
Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand):
Be aware of your breathing.
Halasana (Plough):
Modify Halasana.
Halasana (Plough):
Very calming!
Supta Buddha Konasana (Lying Bound Angle Pose):
Counter pose.
Viparita Karani (Legs up against the wall):
The alternative to any inversion.

Return to other postures.