15 Amazing and Rare Yoga Pose Most People Don’t Want to Try

15 Amazing Yoga Poses

1- Handstand Scorpion:- It is hard enough, might be challenging for most people. It is a really lovely pose.

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2- Half Lotus Crow:- It engages multiple muscles that constantly contract. It’s all about backbend.

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3- King Pigeon Pose:- yoga pose works the upper back and arms, as well as the core.

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4- Scorpion With a Broken Tail:- This yoga pose are insanely challenging and this pose is so named because the body resembles a scorpion with its tail arched above its head.

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5- Big Toe Bow:- Teardrop Bow or Big Toe Bow Pose is known as Padangustha Dhanurasana. It is a advanced variation.

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6- Peacock:- This pose you balance with your body parallel to the ground. It isn’t for everyone.

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7- Sleeping Yogi:- In this pose put your foot behind your head in the Sleeping Yogi Pose. For most people, it’d be painful.

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8- Hummingbird:- This is a gorgeous arm balancing yoga pose. This pose  requires amazingly open hips, as well as upper-body strength.

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9- Peacock Variation:- This is a crazy variation of peacock pose. In this pose get your legs in that bent position with peacock pose.

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10- Firefly B:- It is an arm balance pose that requires more core strength than arm strength.

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11- One-Legged Staff:- It’s similar to the grounding backbend Inverted Staff pose but this variation is no joke.

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12- Drop Back:- This pose requires the spinal flexibility of Wheel pose along with some serious core strength.

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13- Standing Flying Crow:- This arm balancing pose increases arm strength, core strength, and balance.

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14- Leg Behind the Head Sage:- Sage pose works your core and upper body but leg behind is a advance pose.

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15- Eight Crooked Limbs:- This pose strengthens the arms and the spines ability. This arm balance is also an extreme twist pose.

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