Or, How To Do Headstand Against a Wall, without ever
- putting your head on the ground or
- kicking up into a bad backbend with your feet on the wall.
I’m sorely regretting my first headstand post, as my intention seems to have been misread. I MEANT that working towards things that scare us or we find challenging/believe to be unachievable, is a great way to build fortitude and change your story about yourself.
I didn’t mean headstand specifically, not necessarily. I saw the exact same effect in a class I taught on Friday when I taught Wild Thing, and people got those awestruck looks on their faces after they managed to do it. Everyone walked out of that class with just a little bit of a strut…
You might want to read the disclaimer and personal experience post over at Anytime Yoga, before we begin here
A wall can be a useful prop, giving you something to push back against, which will help activate your legs.