Watch The Practice: Crow Pose Variations

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Samrat Pasham

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Samrat Pasham is a 200 RYT registered Yoga Teacher and a self-confessed inversion addict. He believes passionately in taking yoga and all movement practices outdoors. If you ever spend time with him, he will try to convince you thats its a good idea too. You've been given fair warning.
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When I first learned to balance on my arms it was a truly magical experience. It felt like I had found a completely new way to carry myself.

As I started to include arm balances into my yoga practice consistently, I discovered that they weren’t just a cool party trick. They helped me strengthen my core, shoulders and find a sense of lighness in the way that I thought about movement.

Today we will take a look at the practice of several variations of crow poses.

Baby Crow Pose

Baby Crow Pose

Sanskrit Name : Bala Kakasana

Crow Pose

Crow Pose

Sanskrit Name: Kakasana

Crane Pose

Crane Pose

Sanskrit Name: Bakasana

Side Crow Pose

Side Crow Pose

Sanskrit Name: Parsva Bakasana

One Legged Flying Crow A

One Legged Flying Crow Pose A

Sanskrit Name: Eka Pada Bakasana A

One Legged Flying Crow Pose B

Sanskrit Name: Eka Pada Bakasana B