Crow Pose or Crane Pose (Bakasana)

Crow Pose is also known as Crane Pose or Bakasana, and it's similar to Crow Pose (Kakasana). It's all about arm balancing. The yoga pose gives strength to the wrist, arm, and abdomen. Crow Pose stretches the muscles of the arms, wrists, and abdomen. The posture makes your mind and body feel light. It brings together the scattered mind. This pose is difficult to do and it takes a lot of practice.

Crow Pose

Beginner’s Tips

Beginners frequently enter this position by raising their buttocks far from their heels. Instead, make an effort to maintain a tight position with your heels and buttocks close together.

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Knees should be wide apart when you squat down to start. Your feet might be spread apart or together. Your hands on the floor. Your distance between your shoulders should be 6 to 8 inches. Your hands can be slightly wider if your shoulders are tense.
2 - Bring your weight to the balls of your feet while raising your hips. Your knees should be close to your upper arms. To fit your shoulders between your legs, tilt your torso forward.
3 - Put your knees firmly on your upper arms. You can tuck them closer to your armpits for Crane or balance them on your triceps for Crow. When your elbows stack over your wrists and your center of gravity changes, keep reaching your chest forward.
4 - Your heels should be raised near your buttocks. Your knees can either rest on your triceps or your outer shoulders. 
5 - Bring your feet and buttocks toward each other while pressing your arms as straight as you can for Crane. Hold this pose for five to ten breaths, and then either let your feet fall to the ground.

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The Advantages of the Crow Pose

1 - Improve your concentration power.
2 - Improve your mental and physical balance
3 - Stretches the wrists and arms
4 - It helps to strengthen the abdominal muscles.
5 - Exercise the abdominal organs.

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