Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose (Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana)

The Sanskrit name for this pose is Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana, Parivrtta means revolved, Janu means knee, Sirsa means head, and Asana means pose. Rotated Head-of-Knee Pose is a deep, sitting twist that stretches your entire body while also strengthening your legs and core.

Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose

Beginner’s Tip

Sit on a sunray blanket to search for length in your spine with additional ease. If your elbow doesn’t reach your knee, place your hand on the ground, or place a block on the extended leg, and if your hamstrings feel tight, bend your knees. You'll be able to additionally loop a strap around your extended foot. Take hold of one or each end, looking at what feels most accessible.

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 - Begin with a Wide-Angle sitting Forward Bend. Open your legs to a position of around 120 degrees while grounding through your sitting bones. Your quadriceps femoris ought to face the ceiling. Bend your right knee, and convey the heel to your groin.
2 - As you inhale, lengthen your spine. As you exhale, twist your body part to the right. Maintaining the rotation of your spine, tilt your body partially laterally to the left.
3 - Rotate your body part toward the ceiling while moving your left shoulder toward the inside of your left knee. Extend your mitt, palm up, toward your left foot and clasp your inner foot, or reach your hand toward your foot.
4 - Raise your right arm and carry it over your head. If you'll be able to reach it well, grab your left foot. Press your left thigh into the ground. Press your right knee toward the ground to balance the load of your body part.
5 - As you inhale, lengthen your spine. As you exhale, twist your body part to the right and spin your chest to the ceiling. Hold for ten seconds to a minute. To get out of the posture, Reverse the steps. Repeat on the opposite foot.

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1 - Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana stimulates the liver, kidneys, and other very important abdominal organs.
2 - It is beneficial for sleep disorders.
3 - Excellent for the armpits and shoulders.
4 - It provides relief, generally from back pain.
5 - Unleash stress and fatigue to alleviate anxiety.

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