Asana: Eka Pada Bakasana/One legged Crane Pose. Many bodies struggle with this as it requires strength, balance, and flexibility in equal measure. You can enter it from Bakasana, extending one leg back. You can enter it from Plank, pulling one knee into the upper arm, releasing the back leg up. You can also enter it from Salamba Sirsana/Tripod Headstand. Lower both legs until parallel to floor, bending R knee, place it on back of R arm, extending L leg out. On exhale, lift head up, extending torso forward. To release, exhale, head to floor, repeating to other side.
Health Notes: Abdominal organs and muscle are enormously engaged. The arms and wrists strengthened, the ego greatly massaged, for kudos are due.