Some people also call Utkasana the 'Crow Pose', a name which we use for 'Kagasana'. Please do not get confused, this is only a name. The Sanskrit term 'Utkatasana' is difficult to translate literally, this is why in English several names appear for this yoga posture.
Squat with the weight on the front of your feet and lift your heels up so that your buttocks rest on your heels and bring your back up straight. Place your hands on your knees.
This yoga posture strengthens your feet, toes, thighs and buttocks as well as the hamstring. It brings flexibility into your toes and ankles and id great for practicing balance.
Utkatasana also helps with gastric problems and digestion difficulties. It stimulates and activates digestion and the Apan Vaiu which is responsible for your metabolism and your natural urge.