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Advanced Headstand and Scorpion - Shirshasana Yoga Asana

Headstand and scorpion advanced variations. Shirshasana, also spelled Sirsasana, and Vrikshasana increase balance, concentration and peace of mind. These Asanas are performed by Narayani, coauthor of “Sivananda Companion to Yoga”, advanced Yoga practicioner and Yoga Master based in London, age 59. Demonstration in Sahasrara Room of Yoga Vidya Ashram Germany. Without explanations - you can learn by doing. Narayani is one of the most popular teachers at Yoga Vidya Ashram Germany.

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Comment by VibhutiGanesh on October 13, 2010 at 1:28pm
I think we should have a practice of adding a line of caution for the general public about health hazards associated with the advance Yogasanas, if tried in absence of suitable supervision.
Comment by Rudra on November 15, 2014 at 1:48pm

My simple rule is simply to never ever ever fall out of the headstand.
My one bit of advice is to push yourself ever so carefully to a three hour headstand. I read from Sivananda several places to do such!!!


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