Now that you have a basic understanding of the pose, test your wings with a few slightly modified versions of one-legged crow. This class will increase your strength and agility with push ups, planks and twists like twisted pigeon and Tibetan weaponry. You'll practice honing your focus, maintaining a deep sense of awareness even in the midst of a difficult pose.
Prepare yourself for lift-off by learning the basic shapes of eka pada bakasana A and B. This strengthening sequence will review the nuances of crow, and help you create a solid foundation with arm pressure pose and crouching warrior. You'll get comfortable with shifting your center of gravity as you explore different types of balance on your hands.
You've gained strength and practiced the shapes, so now it's time to lift off and fly! This final powerful sequence incorporates bakasana and both variations of one-legged crow. Remember that this challenging pose takes practice to master, so even if you don't get airborne this time, you can walk away feeling confident that you have all the necessary knowledge and potential.