1 - Begin by coming closer to the wall. Now move forearms and palms flat against ground. By bending your elbows, make upper arms perpendicular to forearms.
2 - Now flow into Downward Facing Dog pose with legs, and then bring feet as close to hands as possible.
3 - Slowly, by bending one knee, start to kick it up with help of opposite leg. Your head should be lifted from ground, and your focus or gaze should be downwards towards ground.
4 - Now elevate both legs upwards to the full extent of your ability. Use the wall as a support for balance if needed.
5 - Balance in this position as long as you are able to at first. It may be a few seconds at first.
6 - Stay in this pose from 15 to 30 seconds.
7 - Slowly bring your legs down and return to Child’s Pose.
8 - You may repeat the procedure after a few breaths of rest in a restoration pose such as Balasana, Child's Pose, or Savasana, Corpse Pose.