This is an arm balancing pose dedicated to the Sage Koundinya. Before practicing this posture you should be able to do Parsva Bakasana (twisted crane posture).
- Start with Parsva Bakasana (twisted crane posture)
- Lean forward and bend your elbows 90 degrees, so that the biceps are parallen to the ground and the forearm perpendicular.
- Straighten your legs, the inner edges of the foot should be close together
- Stay in the posture for as long is comfortable, and slowly comeback to the squatting position.
- Improves sense of balance
- Strengthens the arms and wrist
- Tones the belly and the spine
- Stretches the hamstrings and the spine.
- Lower back injury
- Wrist injury