Live Free How To: Learn Crow Pose {Bakasana} Three Ways! - Sara Quiriconi | Live Free Warrior | #livefree
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Live Free How To: Learn Crow Pose {Bakasana} Three Ways!

This tutorial shows you three applicable ways to learn, and accomplish this challenging, yet approachable, posture: Crow Pose!

In Sanskrit, called “Bakasana,” this posture is a great way to work your core, torso, and inner thighs to lift, strengthen, and empower from within.

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2 Comments
  • Cody Becker.
    Posted at 00:39h, 31 March Reply

    Question to why looking forward and not down? My head wants to look down.

    • SaraYoga
      Posted at 14:28h, 31 March Reply

      Hey Cody,

      Great question! Like driving, in crow pose, you want to look in the direction you want to “steer” your weight. In this posture, you want to transition the weight forward allowing the spine to extend. This also prevents you from doing a summersault or toppling forward 🙂 Hope that helps!

      All my best,
      Sara

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