It just takes a little practice to distribute the weight evenly across your arms and head, but once you get it, you'll say "Oh, this is just like Bound Headstand!"
|Sanskrit Name: Baddha Hasta Sirsasana B|
English Translation: Bound Hands Headstand Posture B
Also Called: Double Arm Headstand
Get a friend to snap a picture of you doing it. Then go to the YOGA CHALLENGE group. If you aren't already a member, click on the word "Subscribe" on the left-hand side under the black & white photo. If you're not sure how to post your picture to the group, check out this explanation.
Are you ready? If you want to know how to get into Double Arm Headstand, then read more
- Begin with your hands and knees on the mat. Lower your elbows to the floor and grab a hold of your opposite elbows with your hands, so your forearms are parallel.
- Place the top of your head on the mat right in front of your forearms - you want your forehead to be touching whichever forearm is in front. Work on evenly distributing the weight between your head and your elbows (just like in Bound Headstand).
- Once your head and forearms feel stable, straighten both legs and walk your feet towards your face as far as you can.
- Shift your hips over your shoulders, and keep your forearms planted firmly on the mat. Lift your right leg straight up towards the sky, and stay here, or work on lifting your left leg up too, coming into Double Arm Headstand.
That's it! Don't forget to post your pics here. I can't wait to see them. I'll choose my favorite and post it right here on FitSugar.