Here is the last of seven Headstands. This series ends with a tough one called Iron Cross Headstand. In this pose, you're balancing on the top of your head and palms, and your arms are fully extended out to the sides. If you can, your hands and head are in one straight line. Hold this for five breaths. Then come down and rest in Child's Pose, releasing the neck.

Here is the last of seven Headstands. This series ends with a tough one called Iron Cross Headstand. In this pose, you're balancing on the top of your head and palms, and your arms are fully extended out to the sides. If you can, your hands and head are in one straight line. Hold this for five breaths. Then come down and rest in Child's Pose, releasing the neck.

Bound Headstand: Begin with Bound Headstand. Your fingers are interlaced at the back of your head, and the top of your head is on the ground. Hold for five breaths.

Bound Headstand: Begin with Bound Headstand. Your fingers are interlaced at the back of your head, and the top of your head is on the ground. Hold for five breaths.

11 Slightly More Accurate Names For Yoga Poses. Totally laughing. Not on the list, but one of my fave poses is Eagle, which should be named 'I can't believe I didn't fall over and fracture something' pose. Haha.

11 Slightly More Accurate Names For Yoga Poses. Totally laughing. Not on the list, but one of my fave poses is Eagle, which should be named 'I can't believe I didn't fall over and fracture something' pose. Haha.

Complement Your Cardio: Long and Lean Yoga Flow: If you've always wanted to try yoga, here's a basic full-body yoga sequence that's part of our Get Fit For 2014 workout plan.

Complement Your Cardio: Long and Lean Yoga Flow: If you've always wanted to try yoga, here's a basic full-body yoga sequence that's part of our Get Fit For 2014 workout plan.

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