( REVOLVED TRIANGLE POSTURE)
Before you start with any asana or breathing exercise, it is always advised to start with a warm-up yoga.
Parivrtta Trikonasana is an asana similar to trikonasana but slightly different.
It helps to strengthen the shoulder muscles, stomach, stimulate the spine and its ligaments.
Helps to stretch Hip muscles thereby shaping your structure, and improve functions of Pancreas and Liver.
Helps to reduce weight, improves digestion and reduce constipation problems
How to Do?
Stand on your legs; stretch your legs as much as possible. Keep your knee straight.
Breathe in raise your arms parallel to the ground, while breathing out slowly bend forward.
Keep your body in the center, now slowly turn the upper body and hold left ankle by the right arm, keep the left arm straight and turn your neck to focus the roof by eyes.
Do normal breathe in and out for 3 rounds. Feel the stretch of the shoulder, hip, neck, spine and lower back muscles in this stage. Breathe in and come back to normal. Repeat the steps for another side.
For the people those who have lower back pain not to bend too-much if they aggregate pain while doing this yoga.
For personal having lower back pain, they can hold their hands on the knee instead of holding the ankle. Turn only the upper body and arm to get maximum benefit. In the long run, this will help to reduce your back pain.
I will be narrating the steps to follow. Please watch the video and keep up.
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Here is the video!