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How to do Tripod Headstand

Tripod Headstand (Mukta Hasta Sirsasana A) is one of the unsupported headstands that conclude the Intermediate Series of Ashtanga yoga. Tripod Headstand is used repeatedly as a transition into and out of arm balances. Finding the strength and stability for this pose builds a calm and steady mind. Practicing headstands promotes balance, good posture and improves circulation. Rohini Manohar from Chennai yoga studio shows us How to do Tripod Headstand.
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Steps to do Yoga Headstand – Sirsasana

 

Sirsasana or the head stand pose is the most important among inverted asanas. In Sanskrit the word ‘sirsha’ means ‘head’ and ‘asana’ means pose. Sirsasana is considered the king of all asanas and is usually done at the end of the yoga asana practices. This is  not difficult to practice if it is performed under the guidance of an expert and providing the basic rules are carefully followed. Rohini from Chennai yoga studio gives us easy tips and steps to get into Sirsasana.
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How to do Sirsasana – Headstand Yoga Pose

Sirsasana or the head stand pose is the most important among inverted asanas. In Sanskrit the word ‘sirsha’ means ‘head’ and ‘asana’ means pose. Sirsasana is considered the king of all asanas and is usually done at the end of the yoga asana practices. This is  not difficult to practice if it is performed under the guidance of an expert and providing the basic rules are carefully followed. Rohini from Chennai yoga studio gives us easy tips and steps to get into Sirsasana.
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How to do Viparita Karani

The Viparita Karani is a mild inversion and is also called the Inverted Lake Pose. Viparita Karani is known to diminish wrinkles and it can make you look younger. This posture will make your blood flow into various parts of your body that requires it. Viparita Karani is often done at the end of a yoga practice, before the final relaxation pose (Savasana) or meditation. In this video Dhivya from Dhivyam Yoga shows us how to do Viparita Karani.

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Sirsasana -Headstand Yoga Pose

 

A number of people are apprehensive and disinterested to do Sirsasana because of its headstand position and requires some sort of balance. Sirsasana or the head stand pose is the most important among inverted asanas. In Sanskrit the word ‘sirsha’ means ‘head’ and ‘asana’ means pose.  It means balancing your body on your head with your feet pointing upwards.

Like all inverted asanas, Sirsasana reverses the pressure of gravity on the organs helping with many health conditions. Headstand Yoga pose is known as king of all asanas due to its multiple health benefits. It speeds up the blood circulation and ensures that brain receives sufficient well oxygenated blood.