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Learn the Pyramid Pose - Parsvottanasana

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Prepare yourself to perform the Pyramid Pose, Parsvottanasana.

You are watching a tutorial series devoted to developing an aptitude for Yoga.
In the next video, you will learn the Frog Pose.

This pose tones your kidneys, liver and spleen and strengthens your abdominal organs.
However, the techniques described in this series are not meant to be prescriptive.
Consult your physician before trying them out.

Sitar by Shri Basab Sen - "Abhogi" & "Jhinjhoti"
"Kast - Paradise" published by Alter K

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In this video, you will learn the Pyramid Pose, also known as Parsvottanasana.

Stand straight and breathe normally with your feet together and hands by your side.

Stretch your arms and join your palms behind your back so the fingers are pointing up. Now rotate both hands so the fingers are facing up.

Moving your elbows inward, press your palms against each other and raise it to the middle of your back between your shoulder blades.

If you find this difficult, simply grab the opposite elbow with each hand.

Inhale and take a large step to the side, spreading your legs by about a meter.

Exhale slowly and as you inhale, turn your right foot out by 90 degrees, along with the left foot by 70-80 degrees.

Align your torso with your right foot. Exhale and bend forward from both sides of your waist, extending your spine and resting your chin on your right knee. If you find the stretch too streneous, place your palms on either side of your right foot instead.

Inhale as you raise your torso and repeat the sequence on the other side.

Bring your feet together and hands by your side and relax.

This pose tones your kidneys, liver and spleen and strengthens your abdominal organs.

It also reduces menstrual pain, improves digestion and relieves arthritis of the wrists, elbows, shoulders and neck.

You have now learnt Parsvottanasana, the Pyramid Pose.


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