“Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success.” – Swami Sivananda.

Om Namah Sivaya 🙏🏼☺️💛 blessings to all 🕊

Today, I am sharing the transition from Headstand • Salamba Sirsasana into 🦂 Scorpion • Vrschikasana as part of my Yoga in Public practice. Salamba Sirsasna, also Shirshasana or Yoga Headstand, is an inverted asana in modern yoga as exercise; it was described as both an asana (steady pose) and a mudra in classical Hatha Yoga. It’s an asana in which you are balancing on your elbows, arms, and head. Known as the King of the Asanas because of its remarkable benefits, the Headstand is the first of the 12 asanas in the Sivananda practice. It is excellent for improving concentration, increasing #memory, and transforming libido into a powerful life force. In addition, people who practice Sirsasana regularly tend to have slower rates of respiration and heart rate.

Here is my transition into #Vrschikasana, an advanced inversion combining a forearm balance with a backbend. It requires flexibility, balance, and strength in the shoulders and arms. The name of this pose comes from the Sanskrit vrschika, meaning “scorpion,” and “asana,” which means “pose.”

If you are a beginner, you do not need to buy yoga pants. Start with comfortable clothes and follow my lessons. You can use any yoga wheel that is sturdy enough to hold your weight. You can lay a yoga mat underneath. Do not cheat, and remove any yoga blocks or props from the area where you are practising.

Follow my tips! Om Shanti!

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