Revolved Seated Angled Pose
The revolved seated angle pose is a very effective and basic pose and can be practiced by beginners.
Sit down on the floor. Spread your legs out in front of you. Slowly widen the gap between both the lags as far as possible. Your legs should be diagonal to your body.
Lean your body to the right and hold the toe of your right leg with your right hand. You can rest your elbow on the ground for support. So your body should be leaned towards the right and your head should be placed close to and above the right elbow.
Revolved Seated Angle Pose Yoga
Now bring your left hand over your head and try to grab the same right toe of your right leg. Turn your head and look upwards. If you are unable to hold the toe with both the hands, you can let the free hand lean straight over your head.
Keep your toes pointed and heels pressed on the ground. Press your tailbone to the ground.
Remain in this position for at least 30 seconds and repeat the same exercise with the other leg.
Benefits of the revolved seated angle pose
- This pose causes a great stretch to the sides of the body.
- Stretches and flexes the inner thighs and the arms
- Enhances a good body shape
- Promotes flexibility
- It is a great workout for the groin
As a beginner if you are unable to spread your legs wide enough or if you are unable to hold your toes with your hands, try and push yourself to do it and you can hold the pose just for a few seconds until you gain enough flexibility to hold for longer.