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5.5 months pregnant Handstand by Yoga Star Talia

Yoga star Talia Sutra is doing what many consider impossible or even dangerous when performing a "Hollow back handstand" down to a "bridge" and back to hand stand while being five and a half months pregnant (almost in her 3rd trimester!!). Achieving to being relaxed and balanced even when so big  is one of the highest Yoga virtues.

Is it dangerous to practice Yoga while pregnant?

It is commonly known that practicing Yoga or working out in general in advanced pregnancy could be risky for the unborn and not mostly not recommended, how ever for professional athletes, Yoga masters and similar it isn't necessarily the same case for few reasons, their body is more capable then the average person and they are more aware of their body capabilities and limitations even when undergoing the overwhelming weight and pressure of pregnancy.

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