- INHALE. From Downward Facing Dog sit on your heels.
- EXHALE. Place the elbows on the floor, forearm distant, interlace the fingers, and bring the pinky in, so it won’t make you loose the balance. Place the top of the head on the floor between the hands. See Sirsasana transition.
- INHALE. Straight the legs and walk towards the head, until the legs lift up, straight, as in Sirsasana transition 5, or bend, as in Sirsasana transition 6. Make a straight line between the floor and the body, as in A, or remain with the legs straight, as in A1.STAY HERE FOR 25 LONG DEEP BREATHS
There should be no pain on the top of the head. The weight of the body is supported by triangle between the forearms, hands, and shoulders. Make sure to distribute the weight of the body on the shoulders when walking forward. Don’t collapse the lower back; make a straight line with the body. Look at the nose.