Arm balances like Crow can be difficult and intimidating at first, and the Suspension Trainer can really help you get comfortable balancing before you are totally on your own. Even if you already have an excellent Crow pose, this sequence will help you fine tune and further refine this beautiful position.
This progression is basically Crow with your feet in the TRX foot cradles, directly under the anchorpoint. Use this modification to get into Crow correctly and safely, so you can develop your strength and balance.
With your feet still in the foot cradles, walk your hands away from the Suspension Trainer and practice drawing your knees to your triceps. This is an excellent way to work on using your core to control your balance.
With your feet still in the foot cradles, walk your hands away from the Suspension Trainer. Practice drawing your knees to your triceps one at a time, then pushing them back in a slow and controlled motion.
Try incorporating this sequence into your practice or just practice this sequence when you can’t make it to class, and be sure to check the rest of our TRX for Yoga series:TRX for Handstand
TRX for Yoga Warrior II
TRX for Eka Pada Koundiyasana 2
TRX for Dancer
TRX for Crow Pose
TRX for Backbends
TRX for Headstands
TRX for Warrior Three
For more ways to incorporate TRX into your yoga practice, try our TRX Yoga Fusion Workout.