Kaua Chalasana is an Indian translation for Crow Walking
Pose. You can learn this asana as below:
Get in the primary position - Squat down with the legs held apart and the buttocks above the heels.
- Remain conscious towards the body balance.
- Place the hands on the knees.
- Mentally contemplate about the crow movement.
- This is the initial position.
- Move in small steps while still squatting.
- Do not tumble forward.
Hold the knees flexed so the buttock remains on the right heel.
Move either on the toes or the soles of the feet whichever is difficult.
- Step forward and move the opposite knee on the floor.
- Practice only to your capacity.
- Then relax and recline in Shavasana pose.
- Breathe naturally and with ease throughout.
- Regulates the blood circulation in the leg muscles.
- Helps in sitting for a long duration during the meditation.
- Regular practice allays the constipation.
- Knee or joint pain.
- Toe or ankle sprain.
- Disc slip.