Sālamba Sarvaṅgāsana translates to “supported all limbs pose.” In this video tutorial, Sharath Jois demonstrates these three postures and offers a helpful modification. Practicing the preceding āsanas, especially Ūrdhva Dhanurāsana, with correct breathing, will help open the chest and upper spine so you can lift more fully into the posture without putting extra pressure on the neck. In the second variation, Hālāsana, press straight legs together, keeping the toes pointed. In Karṇa Piḍāsana, maintain the feet together and toes pointed while attempting to squeeze the ears with the knees. This posture, along with its variations, is considered to be very beneficial for the heart, lungs, limbs, and digestive system. It also purifies the vishuddhi cakra, located in the throat, and with practice, is said to make the voice strong and melodious. If possible, spend more time in these inverted postures and always practice them in the correct sequence, only after doing the other seated āsanas and Ūrdhva Dhanurāsana.