Stand erect with your feet about 1 metre apart Interlock your fingers in front of your abdomen and allow your arms to hang freely Slowly bend your knees and lower your trunk about 20 cms.
Return to the erect position.
Again descend, this time slightly lower.
Return to the erect position again.
Lower the body again.
Your hands should be 30 cms above the floor.
Lower to the final lowered position with hands on the floor. Return to an erect position and relax.
Note: The final position, practised with hands on the knees, is known as kagasana, the crow pose.
KAWA CHALASANA (CROW WALKING)
This again is an excellent exercise for loosening and strengthening the legs.
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