Crow Pose Yoga Flow: Build Strength + Discover Your Potential

Crow Pose Yoga Flow: Build Strength + Discover Your Potential

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Let’s talk about crow pose….. and more specifically, how to get our butts up + fly in crow pose.

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Here’s the deal with crow pose.

It’s MAGICAL AS SHIT.

Yup, that’s it, no need to read further (just joking yogis, of course there’s more to read).

The reason it’s so magical is it’s typically the first arm balance we fly in, the first pose that makes us feel super badass, the first pose that we balance all of our body’s weight atop our arms, and the first pose that truly scares us.

And because so many of us are either working towards crow pose, have flirted with the posture here + there, or confidently lift our butts up and fly, I thought to myself – let’s do an entire yoga flow working up towards it.

What a great thought, right?

Today’s yoga video is a well-thought out sequence that opens + strengthens all the right spaces, leading to our peak posture – Crow Pose.

Now let’s step on our mats, work to build strength, open our body, and fly into crow pose!

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Try playing music to motivate you during your exercise routine. Music is ideal for adding enthusiasm to a workout, particularly if it is of upbeat tempo. This is because the body’s natural reaction is to move when hearing music that it likes. When you work out to your favorite tunes, it can feel more like a night on the dance floor than exercise. Your focus is on the rhythm and beat of the music rather than on your tired muscles, which helps you to keep moving for a longer period of time.


When you are exercising consider bringing a friend along. Not only will you stay connected with your friends, but you will also benefit by staying fit. Friends make exercise less of a chore. When you bring a friend along with you to keep you company, your exercise routine will be a lot more fun.


You should check out workouts that come in the form of video games. Video games help take your mind off of the exercising routine. Get lost in your workout, and it is easier to ignore the fact that you are getting tired. Your workout will last much longer if you are not focused the whole time on the workout itself.


Be sure that the exercise attire you buy is figure flattering. This is a great motivator when you start working out. There is a wide selection of workout clothing available. You can have fun choosing an outfit that looks good and expresses your personality while you work out. Choosing exercise clothes that make you feel good will make you want to work out.


You will tire of doing the same exercise every single day, over and over. If your workouts aren’t enjoyable, you’re unlikely to stick with them. To keep yourself more motivated, try to change your workout routine on a regular basis. You must be certain you keep your workout fun so that you don’t quit. Even stopping for a brief time can make it difficult to restart with ease.


To help yourself stay motivated after achieving one of your weight loss goals, give yourself a special treat. The reward doesn’t have to be anything big, but it should be meaningful to you. Choose a reward that is easy to get and enjoyable. The purpose of such a treat is to maintain enthusiasm and commitment to achieving your goals.


People groan when they think about working out, but there’s no reason why working out can’t be fun. So many things can be done to make your workout fun. This article includes ways you can make exercise fun.

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Dr. Mary Lee Vance
Dr. Mary Lee Vance
specializes in diet and weight management. He is associate professor of health, behavior, and society at the JHKs Bloomberg School of Public Health, with joint appointments in medicine and human nutrition.

31 Comments

  1. Amy Jobst says:

    Allie, I absolutely love it when you end a practice with a namaste, and this one was my favorite with hands to forehead and bowing. It made me tear up. So powerful. Thank you. ❀

  2. Thank you so much for the video and the suggestion for placing the block under face. Ive had a little fear of crow ever since I face planted and really smooshed and hurt my nose…Gave me the extra confidence I needed to fly for a few seconds which really felt great! This was my first video by you and LOVED it cant wait to check out more. I did have one question the arm binds would you suggest using a strap to deepen the bind until you can actually have hands touch or is it best to just let it happen over time?

  3. Hey Allie! Only been meeting you in the zen den for a few weeks, and I'm loving every minute. I have a few questions though…do you recommend strength training in addition to a regular practice? (I know, kind of a loaded question) Also I have soreness in my tail bone (no idea why) and boat hurrrrrrrrrts, alternatives or recommendation for prop?

  4. Caroline V says:

    Wow! I am SO glad you incorporated this class into this weeks schedule! I've been trying crow pose before with classes working up to it but never got my feet off the ground – until now! Wow – I actually managed hold it for, well I'd say a good 0,5 sec πŸ˜‰ But that is on the side note, because the feeling this class gave me, wow I feel alive and thankful for the work my body, mind and soul does together.

  5. I love this sequence, I've been doing it every other day this week and already my chaturanga got better and I managed to hold Crow Pose for a few seconds πŸ™‚ Thank you for this practice!

  6. Awesome! Flew a crow for 4 whole seconds baby! Thanks Allie. Loving your super inspirational work xx

  7. Luisa Kern says:

    Allie, it was great! This practice is perfectly sequenced! I love all yoga poses and the Crow too😊 Today I managed to balance for some seconds several times! Thank you very much for sharing this miracle and chanting "Om" at the end! I love practicing with you! NamasteπŸ™πŸ˜Š

  8. Awesome class Allie! I can't believe I got through it all it, but I did thanks to you, and on top of that I actually held crow pose today! Sure, it was like 2 and had seconds but I did it! Thanks again Allie!

  9. love this flow so much!! your videos are so invigorating!

  10. I DID IT! Oh, my! Thank you so much you inspiring creature…Keep lifting us up, in every possible way πŸ™‚

  11. Amazing practice but boy do I need some work on this one! Thank you again Allie, I'm looking forward for what in store already! And I'm so happy you're still with usπŸ’«β€οΈ

  12. This video is so fantastic! I do this sequence multiple times a week it's so fun and such a great stretch! Thank you!

  13. I love this! have been taking steps to expand my arm balance practice and this is just what I needed, thank you and namaste!

  14. Amazing! Like always πŸ™‚

  15. OMG what a sequence! Perfect for me and actually when you invite for a last inversion it was my first headstand and being my first ever! You know why, because YOU invited confidence in me and it just felt so right! Thanks Allie!

  16. Wow, really loved this, thank you so much πŸ™

  17. Thank goodness you're back! Excellent flow, really loved it!!

  18. Great class Allie, challenging & fun in equal measure πŸ™πŸ»

  19. Thanks for this practice, Allie! I enjoy your classes so much, you're my favourite Youtube Yogi πŸ™‚

  20. Selin De says:

    Thank you for sharing!

  21. Kara Shaw says:

    I loved this! I love how you include a winding down 'centering' to close the sequence. one at the start would be great too! hardly any yoga teachers on you tube do it..lovely vibe!

  22. Fab Flow!! Felt so stong – Yeah Allie!

  23. Loved this!! Just energized my morning!! So great πŸ™‚

  24. I absolutely loved this sequence and class!! Thank you for sharing your gift with all of us!! ( I'm a new yoga teacher and this was perfect for me) thank you again!! πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

  25. Whew that was intense Allie! Maybe someday I'll hold crow for more than two seconds. πŸ˜‰ Thanks for another great flow!! ❀️❀️

  26. Yay you're back!!!! ❀

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