Wild Thing Pose (Camatkarasana)

A series of illustrated yoga poses with men performing the Wild Thing Pose

Wild Thing Pose is an intermediate arm balance that also opens the chest. Wild Thing Pose is known to open the chest and shoulders, open the front of the legs and hip flexors, and helps build strength in the upper back. Some preparatory postures to Wild Thing include Downward Facing Dog, Bow Pose, and Side Plank Pose.

Collection of outlined drawings of people doing the Wild Thing Pose

To do Wild Thing Pose, Yogi’s can move from Downward Facing Dog to Three-Legged Dog Pose. With the right leg in the air, move the leg over the left of the body ending with the chest facing up and the left hand still on the mat. Follow up with Downward Facing Dog.

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Drawings include:
Wild Thing Pose elevations (men & women), outline silhouettes

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