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Figure 7.17b. For Ibe second position, come up, stay twisted to the right, and bend backward, which may not mean much more than standing straight for some, pulling mildly to the rear for the average person, and pulling strongly to the rear for those who are confident. Keep the thighs willfully engaged and keep breathing. In all of the backbending positions, try to keep the hips squeezed together in an attitude of ashwini mudra (chapter 3).

Figure 7.17b. For Ibe second position, come up, stay twisted to the right, and bend backward, which may not mean much more than standing straight for some, pulling mildly to the rear for the average person, and pulling strongly to the rear for those who are confident. Keep the thighs willfully engaged and keep breathing. In all of the backbending positions, try to keep the hips squeezed together in an attitude of ashwini mudra (chapter 3).

Figure 7.17a. First of six standing twist-and bends with hands grasped behind the back. Starting with the feet paralk and comfortably apart (see discussion twist right and bend forward to withir your reasonable capacity, just a simpl gesture toward a twisted bend if you are frail, bending with the aid of grav v' for the average person, and supplementing gravity with the abdominal activity for those who are confident. Keep the thighs strongly engaged.

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