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Shirshasana also known as the headstand is both asana and mudra as per classical hatha yogic book Hathapradipika. It’s the King of all asanas.


  • Improves concentration, balance the posture of body.
  • Helps to remove toxins from the body.
  • Slow aging.
  • Stimulates the functioning of pineal, hypothalamus and pineal glands.

Who Should Avoid? (Contradictions)

  • Cervical Patients.
  • Shoulder and Neck Injured Patients.
  • Headache or severe migraine patients.
  • Cardiac patients.
  • Children below the age of 7.

Mayurasana or peacock pose is a hand-balancing asana in hathayoga.

Benefits: According to Hatha Pradipika, one of the ancient yogic book, its benefits are:

  • Quickly alleviates all diseases like gland enlargement, dropsy and other stomach disorders.
  • Rectifies imbalance of three doshas/humors: Vata, Pitta and Kafa.
  • Reduces to ashes all food taken indiscriminately.
  • Kindles the gastric firee.
  • Enables destruction of deadly poison.


  • A pure satvik food is advisable for its regular practice.
  • People suffering from peptic ulcer and hernia should first cure their disease.
  • Heart disease, High BP, brain tumors or ear, eye or nose infections should avoid this asana.
Mayurasana Peacock posture

Bakasana, also known as crone pose asana, is an arm balancing asana.

Benefits: According to Hatha Pradipika, one of the ancient yogic book, its benefits are:

  • Improves our concentration.
  • Sharpens our nervous system.
  • Fight back for depression.
  • Improves our body mobility and balance.

People with following diseases should avoid the practice of this asana.

  • High blood pressure.
  • Wrist or knee pain.
  • Women during pregnancy and menstruation.
  • Brain tumor.

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