12 Days of Handstands
A community funded training program
About the Program
YogaSlackers 12 Days of Handstands goal is to empower participants around the world to train handstands wherever they are with the support of an online community.
In this page you will find this month’s training program. We update this page during the last days of the month. Join our newsletter to receive a notification when the new training program is loaded.
We also recommend you join our Facebook group to connect with our community of supportive and dedicated handstanders around the world.
Funded By People Like You
Thank you for joining the YogaSlackers 12 Days of Handstands. This training program is supported by your contributions.
Make a one-time or monthly contribution to support the creation of handstand training videos, monthly training programs and online support. Any amount helps.
If you prefer to contribute monthly, we set up three different Paypal Subscription plans at $5, $10 and $20 per month. You can cancel your subscription at any time. But we hope seeing that small payment at the beginning of the month serves as an additional incentive to train!
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Practice your handstands on a wood board, hard carpet, or a thin yoga mat. This will help you absorb some of the pressure created on your hands while handstanding, without creating too much instability.
Avoid practicing on soft surfaces – such as thick carpets, puzzle mats or thick yoga mats – as the instability created by them can put your joints in compromised positions.
Nothing fancy is needed. I use a homemade 1/2 in (3.81cm) plywood board.
Clear out some space around a wall or pillar in your home. Make sure to clear up enough space to create a safe fall zone in case you fall in any direction.
Remember to use your thin yoga mat or handstand board during your wall training drills.
We use yoga blocks to help us maintain proper forearm alignment. If you don’t have any, think outside the block and experiment using water bottles, books or boxes.