Intense Side Stretch Pose (Pyramid Pose)

In Parsvottanasana, Parsva means side, Ut means intense, and Tan means to extend or stretch. Thus the name, "Intense Facet Stretch pose." This posture is performed in a very standing position and, once practiced frequently, brings stability and balance to the body and also the mind.

Pyramid Pose

Beginner’s Tips

When beginning in this pose, it’s straightforward to require a wide stance. Move your feet nearer to where they might be in a very standing posture like Crescent Lunge, so you'll be able to hinge forward from the hips well and still maintain balance. Your energy comes from your base. To come up with stability and integrity within the remainder of the pose, depress into all four corners of your feet.

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Step your left leg back one meter (3 to four feet) from Tadasana (Mountain Pose), with feet on two completely different train tracks, right foot facing forward, left foot slightly clad.
2 - Place your hips in front of your mat and make sure your knees are pointing in the same direction as your toes.
3 - Ground with your feet, interact with your legs, and place your hands behind your back in reverse prayer. Exhale as you lengthen your spine and inhale as you fold your hips forward. Stop before your back begins to swell.
4 - Roll your left thigh inward, keeping your right hip back. Hold the pose for five to ten deep breaths before continuing on the opposite side.
5 - To come back out, actively engage the rear heel, interact with the core, and stand up with a straight spine.

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The Advantages of Intense Side Stretch Pose

1 - It helps stretch the hips and hamstrings.
2 - It improves balance between your body and mind and improves your body posture.
3 - Improves digestion and massages the abdominal organs in your body.
4 - It relaxes your mind.
5 - It strengthens your legs and core.

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