This is are Intermediate Yoga Poses as others says calm yourself and don’t rush things and eventually you will be able to do this kind of poses. Let’s check an article from Beryl Bener Birch.
Learn Crane Pose
The crane is a symbol of youth and happiness throughout Asia. In China, it’s also a sign of longevity. Bakasana, or Crane Pose, embodies all three. Getting into the posture requires a playful, youthful leap of faith, and once you are safely balancing in Crane, you’ll feel a sense of lightness and joy. It is ultimately a fun pose that will keep you spry.
Full Bakasana, or Crane, is done with straight arms, knees in your armpits, and the buttocks as high in the air as possible. You may be more familiar with its sister pose, Kakasana, or Crow—a modified version in which the arms stay bent, and the knees come to the outside of the triceps—but we’re going for the full expression here. The first trick to mastering this dynamic balancing pose is to breathe through and past the common fear of falling on your face.
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