… the information is very very unique and very very helpful. It’s things I was never told or taught, and that is helping me finally « get it » when it comes to headstand. … the other day I practiced with all the important points you have mentioned, engaging what was not engaged in my previous trials, and using physics, I finally felt the tilt that my second leg would be easy to lift up too! I’ve also discovered that my practice of yoga has paid off and that my shoulders and core are not too weak to start practicing headstand, so that was amazing.
— Delphine
… It is clear how much time and effort you have put into the whole course and I have truly benefited from it and feel like I have gained confidence that has no doubt come from a deeper understanding of the all ins and outs of headstands.
— Melissa C.
Silke’s detailed instructions and explanations made everything really clear to me and every question I could have had was answered in the videos. The course helped me to be able to do a headstand way more quickly than I ever thought I would be able to! I really loved the videos targeting different areas of the headstand to help me improve. The course is very detailed and Silke is an amazing, calming and helpful yoga teacher to learn from. I would definitely recommend this course to anyone who wants to learn how to or improve their headstand.
— Amy H.

Fly Effortlessly into Headstand


I am not a born acrobat.

Actually before I started my yoga journey I was incredibly inflexible and far from strong. I am not one of those people who try a pose three times and nail it on the fourth one. No, it took months and years of practice to get even close to touching my toes

My biggest nemesis at the beginning of my yoga journey was headstand. I would try endlessly, over and over again to swing myself into the pose, without much success.

After weeks of pure frustration I decided to take a break from headstand for a while and do different poses and exercises. At the times this wasn’t a conscious decision, I just followed an intuitive hunch that told me to step away from it for a while. And then only a few weeks later I made another attempt, with a stroke of what seemed pure magic, I found myself easily getting into headstand. I was absolutely baffled.

Tackling intermediate poses like headstand is very exciting, but equally daunting. How do you make sure you don’t hurt your neck? And why in the world do my legs feel so heavy that I can’t lift them off the floor? How do I even breathe once I am upside down because the sheer motion of breathing seems to brings me out balance? Should I just not breathe at all? (spoiler alert: please don’t stop breathing haha)."

There is a way to make the journey to getting upside down a lot easier and faster, so that you can fly into headstand gracefully in a matter of weeks.

The course I created delves into the mechanics of headstand and the key componentsneeded to have a stable and effortless headstand. I have distilled years of experience as a practitioner and teacher in a simple course that lays it all out for you.

This online course teaches you exactly how I achieved this through fun and easy to understand videos on the most important topics.


  • How to hack the laws of physics to get into headstand with ease

  • How to use the half-press technique to fly effortlessly into headstand

  • How to prevent neck or head pain in headstand

  • What to do if your legs feel like a million tonnes and they just wont get overhead

  • What to do if you feel shaky or unsteady in headstand

  • How to conquer your fear of falling over

  • How to breathe properly so that your breathe doesn’t interfere with your balance

  • 4 full length classes that will help you build strength and flexibility in just the right spots to make your headstand feel like an easy ride

  • You’ll also get a 4 week work-out plan. I designed this one to take the guessing out what classes and how often to do them, so that you can simply focus on showing up on your mat.

Before you know it, headstand will feel like second nature to you too.

To be honest, if I knew the things I am about to teach you, at the beginning of my headstand journey I would have progressed a lot faster. But it is through this trial and error that I am able to share my knowledge with you today.

So if you feel overwhelmed and confused as to how you can achieve stability and ease in your headstand, then this course is for you. The process of getting upside down in headstand doesn’t have to be hard, let me show you how.


  • feeling like a badass yogi ninja!

  • half-pressing into headstand with ease and comfort

  • and looking elegant while at it

  • plus gaining a deeper understanding of the bio-mechanics of headstand so that you know exactly what needs to happen in the body to effortlessly find that straight line.


If your heart and intuition say yes to all of the above, then here’s how you get in:

  1. Click on the ‘log in/sign up’ tab at the right bottom corner of my website.

  2. If you don’t have an account yet, create one by clicking ‘sign up’. If you already have an account just type in your log-in details.

  3. Once you have entered your details, click on the drop down menu and select ‘the Bendy Body ~ Wheel Pose Course’.

  4. Choose your preferred payment type and fill in your card details (your card details are secured by Stripe)

  5. Voilà, you are in!

PS: If you don’t own a credit card but would like to pay with PayPal instead, use the ‘Buy Now’ button below. The platform I am currently using does not connect to PayPal but we can do the transaction separately and I’ll make you a custom code to get in.

ATTENTION! Only use the Paypal ‘Buy Now’ button if you don’t have a credit card and can’t get access to the course through the main portal (the sign in/log in button in the right bottom corner of the screen). I have to manually make a custom code for you to get in when using the PayPal subscribe option, so please kindly allow up to 24-48hr for me to send you the access code through e-mail. :)


want a peak inside the course?

Here’s the intro/navigation video that is part of the course: