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Published: 17.08.2022

Asan Bakasna: How to perform Baksasna

Yog Front Organization
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Yogacharya Viney Pushkarna

Viney Pushkarna is founder of Yog Front Organization.

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Abstract

Bakasana (Crane pose) (Sanskrit: बकासन, IAST: bakāsana), and the similar Kakasana (Crow pose) (Sanskrit: काकासन, IAST: kākasana) are balancing asanas in hatha yoga and modern yoga as exercise. In all variations, these are arm balancing poses in which hands are planted on the floor, shins rest upon upper arms, and feet lift up. The poses are often confused, but traditionally Kakasana has arms bent, Bakasana (the crane being the taller bird with longer legs) has the arms straight.

References

  1. Iyengar, B. K. S. (1979) [1966]. Light on Yoga: Yoga Dipika. Unwin Paperbacks. ISBN 978-1855381667.
  2. Jain, Andrea (2015). Selling Yoga : from Counterculture to Pop culture. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-939024-3. OCLC 878953765.
  3. Newcombe, Suzanne (2019). Yoga in Britain: Stretching Spirituality and Educating Yogis. Bristol, England: Equinox Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78179-661-0.

How to Cite

Pushkarna, V. (2022). Asan Bakasna: How to perform Baksasna. A Practical Research Analytical Journal of Ancient Yoga, 1(02). Retrieved from https://aprajay.yogfront.ooo/index.php/main/article/view/1