Revolved Side Angle Pose (Parivrtta Parsvakonasana)

The Sanskrit name is Parivrtta Parsvakonasana. Parivrtta means revolved, Parsva means side or flank, Kona means angle, Asana means posing. The Revolved Side Angle pose is a deep, standing twist that tests your balance while also strengthening your legs and core.

Revolved Side Angle Pose

Beginner’s Tip

Keep pressing the ground away with each foot, to search for lightness in your spine. Put your forearm on your thigh or use a block. It helps your body.

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 - Stand facing the long aspect of your mat together with your feet a couple of legs apart. Flip your right foot out, so your toes touch the short fringe of the mat, and switch your left toes in, approximately forty-five degrees. You're searching for stability through each leg.
2 - As you exhale, bend your right knee, thigh parallel to the ground, knee on top of the mortise joint. Inhale as you firm your lower abdomen up and in.
3 - As you exhale, extend your body over the right leg, and bring your right arm down, either together with your elbow on your right thigh or place your hand on the ground to the inside or the surface of the right foot-no matter what feels right for your body.
4 - Reach your left arm over your head, next to the left ear, and flip your palm in order that you're transporting the insufficient finger aspect of your hand to face the ground.
5 - Rotate the ribcage up towards the ceiling by extending from the surface of the left heel through the left fingertips. If your neck permits it, you'll find it from beneath the left cavum to the ceiling.
6 - Hold this pose for five to fifteen breaths. To come back out of this pose, press actively into your feet, and on an inhalation, powerfully extend through the left arm as you return to straight. Reverse the direction of your feet to try and do identical poses on the opposite side.

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The Advantages of the Revolved Side Angle Pose

1 - Improves flexibility in your body.
2 -Strengthens your legs and core.
3 - Improves digestion in your body.
4 - Stretch the groin, chest, and shoulders.
5 - Help with back pain and sciatica.

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