Sirsasana – Head Standing Posture
(sirsa – head)
- Come to knelling posture called Vajrasana.
- Lean forward by knee apart for one fore arm distance.
- Interlock fingers; place it at one forearm distance, straight to knees.
- Place head pressing against the inside of the interlocked fingers.
- Now move spine straight perpendicular to floor, legs parallel to ground, by toes touching ground.
- Press toes down against floor; come up by shifting your lower part of body over elbows and head.
- Adjust posture by elbows, give minimum weight to head region.
- Keep whole body in a straight line, keep knees straight, suck abdomen in.
- Gaze at two feet front of floor at eye level.
- Stay for 10 to 20 seconds, breathing at nose normally.
- Exhale and return the back to the Vajrasana, relax at (Balasana) child posture.
- This is called king of asana, by doing this asana alone get all benefits of other asanas.
- Improves balance, skill, memory and concentration.
- Optimize all organs, system and limbs of body.
- By regular practice hair grows blacker and controls falling hair.