Crane Pose

Here is Nirvan doing a fun pose called Bakasan, also known as crane pose. This is a fun pose and really brings out the child in you. It builds arm, shoulder and wrist strength and promotes balance and focus, strengthens the nervous system.

  • Squat on the floor.
  • Place your arms in front of you at shoulder width apart, with fingers pointing forward.
  • Slightly bend your arms at the elbows.
  • Carefully and gently lift your feet off the ground while bringing your knees up to rest on the outside of the elbows, leaning forward slightly.
  • Focus on a point on the ground or on the tip of your nose.
  • Practice long deep breathing
  • TIP: Place a cushion infront of you so you don’t hurt your nose in case you tip over
  • Hold for 5 seconds to 3 minutes
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