I work at a gymnastics gym teaching kids gymnastics. The way we teach them is we get them to a wall, and then we have them get on all fours with their butts toward the wall. We then have them put their feet on the wall and walk up the wall with their feet and walk with their hands towards the wall. That means you will have your face looking at the wall. If you can't hold yourself up yet, just go up as far as you can and slowly work up to being into a full handstand position. Once you are in the handstand position, you will want to look behind you with your head, but if that throws you off balance you can look out away fro mthe wall. When you want to get back off of the wall, either walk down with ur feet and walk forward with your hands, or if you know how to, do a forward roll down. After you get the feel of how it feels to be in the handstand position, you can start moving away from the wall little by little.You can then use the wall just to keep balance when u fall over. Other than that it is just practice practice practice!! You should also do some strength training, this will make it much easier to do a handstand. Focus a lot on your core, because you need to keep your core particularly tight when doing handstands. There is one more tip to make it easier is to exicute the handstand properly. Many people who have not learned how to do a handstand with gymnastics training make the mistake of powering the handstand. This means they do not lock out their elbows and shoulders. It will be much easier to lock them out, becasue it takes less strength to do the handstand and is better technique to do so! Good luck, and train hard!