Parivrtta Parsvakonasana
Technique of execution

  1. Stand in Tadasanu (Posture of grief) and place stops at a distance of 120 centimeters.
  2. Expand the right foot outward by 90 degrees, and the left one turn inward by 60 degrees.
  3. Unfold the pelvis to the right leg, if possible leaving the left heel pressed to the floor.
  4. If she does come off, keep pulling her down.
  5. On exhalation, bend the right leg in the knee to the right angle and tilt the pelvis and body forward about 45 degrees.
  6. Pull the entire body in one line from the crown to the coccyx.
  7. Put both hands on the right thigh. Make sure that the left leg remains straight while doing the pose.
  8. Turn the case to the right, starting to curl from the lower ribs to the left, and then unfolding the area of ​​the upper ribs and shoulder.
  9. Move the left elbow to the right hip next to the knee.
  10. Lower your right palm into the middle of your right hip.
  11. Make a soft, full exhalation.
  12. Press your right palm against your thigh, and with your left elbow, push off from your knee.
  13. Relax the waist and back muscles and twist deeper.
  14. With the next breath, lengthen the back of the neck and slightly bend in the thoracic spine.
  15. On the next exhalation, lean lower and bring your left armpit to the outside of your right hip.
  16. In this position, inhale and again create a slight deflection in the upper back.
  17. On exhalation, relax the body and curl to the right.
  18. Inhale and on exhale closely approach the left armpit to the right thigh.
  19. On inhalation, again, bend over and strengthen the twisting as you exhale.
  20. Finally, lower your left palm to the floor from the outside of your right foot, and pull your right hand diagonally over your head.
  21. Turn your head to the right and look at the top of your hand.
  22. Breathe smoothly and calmly. Stay in the pose for 1 minute, and then execute it in the other direction.


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