What is crane pose yoga?
Crane Pose/Bakāsana yoga, often used interchangeably with Kakāsana is an asana in hatha yoga. In all variations, this is an arm balancing pose in which hands are planted on the floor, shins rest upon upper arms, and feet lift up.
How To Do The crane pose yoga or Bakasana?
- Start with the Mountain Pose. Keep your feet near one another, and put your hands tenderly on the floor.
- Your hands ought to be bear width separated.
- Presently solidly lift your hips, and ensure that your center muscles are locked in as your knees come nearer to your upper triceps(as appeared in the picture)
- Look forward, and tenderly lift your feet off the floor. Move your body load on the arms.
- Hold this posture for a couple of moments. Rectify your arms to come into the Bakasana.
- Hold the posture for up to 30-60 seconds.
- At that point, bring down your feet.
– Strengthens arms and wrists
– Strengths the abdominal muscles
– Opens the groin
– Tones the abdominal organs
– Stretches the upper back
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