Join me from 9am on Saturday 26th May for a class exploring Bakasana.
Baka means crow or crane and asana means pose or seat.
It is so called as it looks like a crane standing gazing in the water, whilst fishing for its food.
As an arm balance, it strengthens the arms and wrists, stretches the upper back, opens the groin and tones and strengthens the abs.
This pose allows us to rise above our perceived limitations and take flight. It is an arm balance where the hands are planted on the floor and the shins rest of the upper arms (tail feather is up), our gaze is fixed on a spot called ‘drishti’.
Please do let me know if you wish to attend by Contact form or by texting 07958 299706.