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I get a lot of yoga questions asking for tips on how to do inversions - especially scorpion pose and handstand. In my opinion, the best way to build up to those super advanced poses is to start with the basics. When you feel confident in headstand, move on to forearm stand.
Forearm stand requires a lot of upper body and core strength. You have to be continually pushing the mat away from you while simultaneously lifting up out of the shoulders. Look straight down between your elbows and find that balancing point. Try it up against a wall if you're new to this pose and when you're finished practicing forearm stand, go into child's pose to recover.
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