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Shoulder Stand Pose(Sarvangasana) Cautions

Shoulder Stand Pose(Sarvangasana) Cautions
Some Cautions ::

Shoulder stand pose has some alerts and cautions.The practice of full-fledged shoulder should be avoided in the following conditions:-

  • Neck injury
  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
  • High blood pressure
  • Menstruation
  • Pregnancy: Don’t take up the practice of Sarvangasana after you become pregnant.
  • Salamba Sarvangasana is an intermediate to advanced version of Shoulder Stand Pose. This should not be practised unless proper experience is there on the part of the practitioner. They should rather practice Half Shoulder Stand for a sufficient period of time before they can qualify or opt for this one.

How to do Sarvangasana (The Shoulder Stand): Steps and Benefits - NDTV Food

Half shoulder stand is also called Biparitkarani mudra

Viparitakarani Mudra - Vilomasana

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The practitioners should go for easier and softer poses in case of problems and follow expert guidelines.

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By T K Mandal

T K Mandal, an ardent follower and believer of Nature and Yoga practices. Yoga can work miracles and a Cure-All for all physical and mental diseases, yes , at any age, I assure you !

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