Like other asanas, the name of the Bhumi Pada Mastakasana (Half Headstand Pose) is from Sanskrit in which “Bhoomi” means “earth”, “Pada” means “foot”, “Mastaka” means “head” and “asana” means “mudra or yoga”.
Bhumi Pada Mastakasana (Half Headstand Pose) Steps
Gently lift the hips on the ground and stand on the head and feet by placing the hands behind the back with the hips. make balance on the head and feet.
To give perfection to this posture, the abdominal force has to be brought down to the bottom of the abdomen, gradually raising the hips part.
Breathe normally when in exchange.
Practice up to 3 times at the beginning, gradually increase the posture.
Bhumi Pada Mastakasana (Half Headstand Pose) Benefits
This gives a lot of brain disorders away and the feet also get a lot of firmness.
It strengthens the neck and the shoulder.
Bhumi Pada Mastakasana (Half Headstand Pose) Precautions
A person who has high blood pressure or dizziness should not do these postures.
If you have any problems associated with any kind of brain, do not do these postures.
Those whose eyes are weak should also avoid this posture.