Wild Thing Pose (Camatkarasana)

In Sanskrit, chatka means "astonished". Camatkarasana is called in English "Wild Thing and Flip Dog Pose." This pose could be a single-handed balance pose that focuses on an acrobatic stunt. The pose requires strength and suppleness in your shoulder and hip joints, as well as in your core.

Wild Thing

Beginner’s Tip

This advanced acrobatic stunt is best avoided by beginners. If you practice this pose at school, the Down Dog Split with open hips could be a great pose to start with. Listen to your body if you are feeling discomfort during this pose. There are lots of alternative ways in which to induce your back-bending. Some advocate that it's easier to enter the pose from facet plank, transfer the highest leg behind you, and push into an all-time low hand to arch the rear.

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 - Begin with the downward-facing dog pose. Raise your right leg to the ceiling and bend your knee as you enter hip opener pose.
2 - As you begin to maneuver into a facet plank variation, slowly shift your bodyweight into the foot. Place your right foot on the ground behind your left leg, with your glutes, and raise your hips towards the ceiling.
3 - Extend your right arm forward towards the highest point of the mat, lifting through the chest, relaxing the pinnacle and pressing through the left facet of your body for five to seven breaths.

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1 - This pose improves spinal quality and strengthens the arms.
2 - It opens the hips and stretches the hip flexors and thighs.
3 - It's meant to be a joyous pose to precise positive feeling, and in and of itself it would facilitate breaking you out of the blues. It's aforesaid to stimulate the guts chakra.
4 - Build strength in shoulders and higher back.
5 - Help to boost the performance of your lungs.

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