What to expect from Balancing Postures?
About Bakkasana: We start off with a yoga pose called Bakkasana or the crane pose. You need to gradually get into this pose by lifting up your legs behind with your hands placed firmly on the ground and hold it for about 45 seconds. This pose strengthens your forearms, wrists and shoulders.
Other Yoga asanas:
After this, we move onto another yogasana called Chaturanga Dandasana that primarily works on your core muscles. Now, since this is a difficult pose to hold, you can only hold this pose for a few seconds. Once you have completed these two asanas, you will find the other asanas relatively easier. Other yogasana postures such as Dandasana, Kakasana, Lolasana, Merudandasana, Navasana, Salamba Sirsana and more are also incredibly effective asanas that work on a variety of different body parts and help improve your flexibility and endurance.
When to practise:
You can practise these asanas every day. Moreover, as these sessions are short ones of just about a minute each, you can easily fit them into your daily schedule no matter how busy you are. If you are ready to work towards a fitter and stronger you, let’s get started with the first session.