BAKASANA: (The Crane  Posture)


1.  Join the legs together.  Place the palm on the ground and bend the trunk.  The shoulder should touch the knees (refer Fig. 50.0).

BAKASANA: (The Crane  Posture)

2.  Raise the legs above slowly, lift the  head and keep the hands straight (refer Fig. 50.0).

3.  Stay in this position for a few seconds and then slowly release the legs in order to come back to the original position.

Therapeutic Advantages

      This exercise gives enough strength to the shoulders and also is a good exercise for the lower part of the belly.  It cures abdominal disorders and eliminates the accumulated fat in the region of the abdomen.

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