Reverse the downward pull of gravity, strengthen your spinal musculature and build better integration between different parts of the body with this Shoulderstand practice. Contraindications include disc problems, high blood pressure, glaucoma, sinus blockage, obesity and general weakness in the upper back/shoulders/neck. You can skip the Shoulderstand if it feels like you are not quite ready.
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