"It's about being able to play like a little kid and being okay with falling—not being afraid to feel weird going upside down and getting used to shifting your weight," Radha Yoga instructor Lo Brown said. Brown expresses that handstands and inversions focus on not being afraid and taking risks: a mindset that can be applied to everyday life.
At Radha Yoga's handstand workshop, you will be building up strength for holding a handstand for so many breaths, as well as working on balance. According to Brown, while holding handstands is comprised of strength and balance, it's also built on having the right mindset to be willing to kick up into the pose.
"Anyone can work towards kicking up in the middle of the room," Brown said.
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full Article by Dale Chong at: http://www.uscannenbergmedia.com/2016/03/20/learn-handstands-at-radha-yoga/