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How to do a Tripod Headstand Practicing headstands promotes balance, good posture and improves circulation. Make sure you are feeling rested when you decide to try the headstand. ...
Supplies Clean room Wall void of pictures or other hangings that could get bumped Blanket or yoga mat (something to give your head a little padding, but still ...
Find the top of your head Standing up straight, imagine a line running from your feet to top of your head. The top point of your head (the ...
Get your headstand station ready Fold your blanket or yoga mat to make padding for your head and place it where you plan on doing your headstand (against ...
Tuck your shirt in! Or don't, your choice.
Setting up your base Get on all fours and place the top your head on the mat (don't forget step 2). Place your hands flat on the floor, ...
Walk your feet towards your face You've got your tripod base all set, so now straighten your legs and walk your feet as close as you can to ...
Engage your abs Your halfway there! Before you go any further, make sure to engage your abs (flex) this will help you to keep your balance.
Try one leg at a time, or two You can try to raise one leg at a time or both, feel it out and see how your body ...
You're in a headstand! Maybe you're not, but remember it takes practice and patience - so keep at it! But if you are, congratulations(!) and a few things ...
Once you come down from your headstand, don't lift your head up right away - you will get light-headed. Rest with your head down, until the intensity (you ...
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