Today, I am sharing with you how you can fly! I am teaching you Bakasana (Crane Pose), and the similar Kakasana (Crow Pose) which are balancing asanas in hatha yoga. Balance poses are good for our mental health, will power and concentration. Bakasana is also one of the 12 main Yoga Postures in the Sivananda tradition! If you are a beginner, there is no need to buy special yoga pants, start with comfortable clothes and follow my lessons. You can use any yoga mat for your morning practice. Make sure you remove any yoga blocks, yoga wheels or other yoga props from the area you are practising. Check out my tips!

Step 1 – Come into a deep Squat – Malasana or Garland Position
Step 2 – Bring your palms together like in Namaste to open your hips wide apart
Step 3 – Place your palms with the fingers spread widely slightly inward-facing onto the floor
Step 4 – Rest your knees between your elbows and over arms
Step 5 – Look forward and bring your weight forward
Step 6 – Promised, your feet come up automatically, maybe one after the other
Step 7 – Once the feet up breathe slowly and deeply, concentrate
Step 8 – Hold the posture for a couple of breath
Step 9 – Bring the feet down with control
Step 10 – You can tell now everybody that you can practice Handstand!

Did you know?
Malasana Garland Pose
Is an excellent facilitator of good pelvic floor health, Garland Pose, called Malasana in Sanskrit, stretches the ankles, groins, and back while stimulating proper digestion. No worries if your heels don’t reach the floor—simply rest them on a folded blanket or rolled up yoga mat.

Today, I am sharing with you how you can fly! I am teaching you Bakasana (Crane Pose), and the similar Kakasana (Crow Pose) which are balancing asanas in hatha yoga. Balance poses are good for our mental health, will power and concentration. Bakasana is also one of the 12 main Yoga Postures in the Sivananda tradition! If you are a beginner, there is no need to buy special yoga pants, start with comfortable clothes and follow my lessons. You can use any yoga mat for your morning practice. Make sure you remove any yoga blocks, yoga wheels or other yoga props from the area you are practising. Check out my tips!

Step 1 – Come into a deep Squat – Malasana or Garland Position
Step 2 – Bring your palms together like in Namaste to open your hips wide apart
Step 3 – Place your palms with the fingers spread widely slightly inward-facing onto the floor
Step 4 – Rest your knees between your elbows and over arms
Step 5 – Look forward and bring your weight forward
Step 6 – Promised, your feet come up automatically, maybe one after the other
Step 7 – Once the feet up breathe slowly and deeply, concentrate
Step 8 – Hold the posture for a couple of breath
Step 9 – Bring the feet down with control
Step 10 – You can tell now everybody that you can practice Handstand!

Did you know?
Malasana Garland Pose
Is an excellent facilitator of good pelvic floor health, Garland Pose, called Malasana in Sanskrit, stretches the ankles, groins, and back while stimulating proper digestion. No worries if your heels don’t reach the floor—simply rest them on a folded blanket or rolled up yoga mat.

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