Niralamba Sirsasana Yoga - Niralamba Sirsasana Yoga also known as the Headstand Pose which is an advanced level of yoga in sirsasana yoga series. Niralamba Sirsasana is a Sanskrit word where 'Nira' means 'Without', 'Lamba' means 'Support', 'Sirsa' means 'Head' and 'Asana' means 'Pose'. So we also called it Unsupported Head Stand Pose.

This yoga posture is very difficult to perform because of the entire body weight should balance on the head in the inverted position. In this yoga, position arms provide balance without bearing body weight. Beginners should not attempt Sirsasana and its variations without the help from an experienced yoga instructor. Niralamba Sirsasana yoga posture has lots of variation depending on how the arms are positioned with respect to the body. Sirshasana is also known as the ‘king of all Asanas’ due to its various medical advantages, is an inverted stance. Now let's begin this yoga session by knowing that what is the exact posture for this yoga asana and how can we perform it.

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Steps to do Headstand Pose or Niralamba Sirsasana Yoga Session -

Unsupported Head Stand Pose is very difficult to perform but you will be able to do it after a few practise session and for this read below instruction carefully -

Health Benefits of Niralamba Sirsasana (Headstand Pose) Yoga Exercise -

As you all know Headstand Pose is a great yoga asana which has lots of health benefits hence we called it the king of yoga. So here we are going to mention all major benefits list -

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Contradictions & Precautions for Niralamba Sirsasana Yoga -

Headstand Pose is very difficult yoga posture so we have to follow certain precautions before performing this yoga session -

So that's all about Niralamba Sirsasana or Headstand Pose yoga position and its health benefits. Always follow step-by-step instruction to perform unsupported Head Stand Pose to avoid any health injury. Keep in touch with us for more yoga types and their health benefits.

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