Balancing on the arms promotes instant concentration into the present moment and can develop one’s sense of self-confidence. It also directly affects the cardio-pulmonary nerve plexus, the sinuses, eyesight, inner-circular canals of the ears and one’s equilibrium. Combined, these yogasanas might be challenging and also fun plus deeply satisfying to the practitioner.
An inversion is when the brain is lower than the heart and this causes a shift in one’s Qi flow, circulation of blood & other fluids in the organism. This influences the chakras: annahata at the heart (air element), vishuddha at the throat (ether elemet), ajna at the mind’s eye (light/sound elements) and sahasrara at the halo (celestial element).
No experience necessary, all are invited.
'Cultivate your strength, your poise and focus by standing on your hands and taking a different look at things - upside down!' - Daniel E. Hickman