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Props required:
Blankets, Wall
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Main Anatomical Focus:
Whole Body
Secondary Anatomical Focus:
Physiological Focus:
Circulatory System, Endocrine System, Nervous System, Reproductive System, Respiratory System
Therapeutic Focus:
Asthmatic Symptoms, Heart Palpitations
Headstand is one of the most important yogic asana, and along with Shoulderstand, should be practised every day. It flushes the brain cells with a rejuvenating supply of blood, helping to increase mental clarity. When practiced in conjunction with Shoulderstand and Seated Forward Bend, it alleviates Insomnia. It also improves the functioning of the hypothalamus and pituitary glands, helping to balance the endocrine system.
Do not practise this movement if you are a beginner unless you have the supervision of an experienced teacher. Do not practise this movement if you are menstruating, have High Blood Pressure, a cardiac condition, headache migraine or a neck injury. If you have Low Blood Pressure do not start your practise with this movement
Headstand Against The Wall 1min hold. This is for beginners so that you can learn the action of the arm and leg work while full inverted using the wall to help balance in the pose. See if you can notice different parts of the body stop working and other parts over working now that you are staying up a bit longer now.
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