Bakasana is usually the first arm balance which a yoga beginner attempts. The wrists and shoulders are the foundation of this pose, but it takes time to build strength in those areas. Rohini Manohar from Chennai yoga studio covers the big cues you should be focusing on when you do Bakasana (Crow Pose). Follow this simple steps to get into Bakasana the first arm balance and you can move on to the advanced asanas.
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The crane pose in yoga, also known as the Bakasana, is a compact arm balancing posture that helps in strengthening the arms as well as the abdominal organs. In Bakasana you consciously attempt to contract your front torso and round your back completely.