WELL WHAT DO YOU EXPECT 🤷🏾♀️
Doonnt judge haha...What do you do on a Friday eh? Yes we hang from bars one way or another orrrr both types in most cases. When we say we are heading the gym what else do you think we would do?! ————————————
What’s your Friday bar hang look like ladies🏋🏽♀️, or🥂 orrrr 🏋🏽♀️🥂🍾 hmmmmm??? No judgement...WEEEEE
PROMISE 😬😘 ——————————————
Try not to let your busy daily life consume you, always make time for the things that you love, that feed your soul with happiness 💛
Headstand offers a whole new way of looking at the world by flipping you upside down.
Headstand (Salamba Sirsasana)is called the king of asanas for a reason. This full-inversion pose affects your cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine and lymph systems as well as your mind. Headstand is one of the first 12 poses in Hatha yoga and also one of the most challenging.
Headstand still carries a wealth of measurable benefits. Fresh blood streams to your brain while gravity stimulates the blood return in your veins, giving your heart a rest. Headstand relieves pressure in your lower back and your lower body’s veins, particularly those in your legs. Headstand gives your lungs a workout, making you breathe deeper. And with the increased vitality you enjoy from Headstand, your everyday life and your ability to have a good night's sleep will improve markedly.
Headstand benefits your mind by sharpening your concentration and your senses. Because of the challenging nature of the pose, Headstand helps you overcome fear. A regular yoga practice that includes Headstand can result in improved memory and sharper, clearer thinking. It can give you a renewed vitality, steadiness and an overall feeling of calm, enhancing your overall mood and your mental balance, improving your ability to succeed in a variety of situations.
✨Safety Above All✨
This pose requires strong shoulders and upper back for support and to offset the pressure the pose puts on your neck. Use blocks, or even the wall, if you need additional support to perform the pose. Because Headstand requires optimum concentration and strength, the success of the pose depends largely on your mental, emotional and physical state of the moment.
Namaste - happy Friday! 🙏