Bakasana and Kakasana, crane and crow poses, are often used interchangeably as they are very similar. Crane pose employs straight arms while crow rests the legs on bent arms. Zain Saraswati Jamal—mind, body, and spirit coach—perfectly demonstrates the crow pose. This position will require some practice and patience to get right, but it will also reward you with core strength, flexibility, and balance.If you are a pregnant goddess, have wrist issues, or recent eye surgery please avoid this practice. rn
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