I'm Tanya Eberhardt, and this is how to do a handstand against a wall. Thirty handstands against the wall will really help you learn how to balance yourself on your hands. And will also help you understand proprioception, upside-down. Once you feel comfortable doing a handstand against the wall, you'll be able to bring it to the center of the floor. Place your hands about a leg length away from the wall. Walk your feet up the wall and come into a pipe position. So that your legs are parallel to the floor. Then, walk your legs all the way up, as far as you can get them leaning against the wall. Come down turn around and place your hands close to the wall. You're going to push off the right leg and drive the left leg up to the all. You can learn to balance by bringing one foot away and then, the other. When you can balance for six breaths away from the wall, you can bring your handstand to the center of the room.