Chakorasana – Chakora is a bird like a partridge, which is said to feed on moonbeams.
Technique for Chakorasana
- From Kala Bhairavasana, place the right palm on the floor and bending the right knee, rest on the floor with the left leg on the back of the neck, thus coming back to Eka Pada Sirshasana.
- Press the palms on the floor by the side of the hips.
- Raise the hips off the floor and balance the body on the palms. Lift the outstretched right leg up until it forms an angle of about 60 to 75 degrees from the floor. Stay in the pose to your capacity with normal breathing.
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