Hi, I'm Rina Jakubowics and this is learning Yoga headstands for beginners. Now, it's really important for beginners to take it slow and to prepare themselves wisely with strengthening exercises, core exercises and upper body. So, what we're going to learn today is our dolphin pose as one of our poses to really strengthen the upper body, strengthen the core and start understanding what it's like to transfer our weight into our arms. So, bring your elbows down to the floor and you're going to come basically into modified downward facing dog. Elbows down, your feet hip width apart and you're going to interlace your fingers. With your hands interlaced, press your palms together and as you inhale, you're going to bring your body weight forward so that your chin goes right above your thumbs and as you exhale, you push back into your modified downward facing dog. So, you're going to do that a few times; inhale bring the weight forward and then as you exhale, you push yourself back. You can do this eight more times, kind of repeating at your own pace, feel empowered, feel fearless and get into that headstand.