Yoga Pose of the Week: Parivṛtta Aṅjaneyāsana (Revolved Crescent Lunge)

Our yoga pose of the week with Brittany Ford is Revolved Crescent Lunge! [wp_ad_camp_1]

How to do it Right

1. From your forward fold, step the right foot back to a low lunge, inhale the arms high to your crescent lunge. Take a few breaths here to check in with your alignment. Left knee and ankle in line, left hip back right hip forward, tuck the pelvic bone slightly forward and down. 2. Exhale, hands into heart center. 3. Inhale the torso moves forward over the left thigh. 4. Option 1: place the right hand down to a block of the floor on the inside of the left foot. Exhale to twist to the left. Feel free to come down onto the back knee if that is helpful! Option 2: Exhale and twist to hook the right elbow on the left knee. Inhale the left side ribs toward your head, exhale and twist a little deeper.

Note: As you twist to the left, try to keep the right outer hip wrapping toward the sky. Feel free to come to the back knee if you need to.

5. After you have taken a few breaths here, exhale to frame the front foot with your hands landing in your low lunge. Step the right food forward and fold. 6. Repeat opposite side!

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