Camatkarasama - also know as "Wild Thing"
One poetic translation from Sanskrit means “the ecstatic unfolding of the enraptured heart.”
Start to prepare your body with some sun salutations, a bow pose and a side plank before indulging into the "wild thing". It is not only an intense backbend but also a challenging arm balance. In your second round you can also try to transition into wheel pose (upward facing bow). Then end your flow with a deeply breathing down dog and long child's pose to counter balance the backbend.
Wild thing will open your heart, chest. lungs, shoulders and hip flexors while strengthening the arms and wrists.
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