(Revolved Extended Hand and Foot Pose) Stand with your arms outstretched at shoulder level. Adjust your stance so your feet are parallel and directly underneath your wrists, or closer ifyour legs are strained. All standing poses need to be grounded, especially twists. Take a moment to balance the weight between your feet, firmly grounding them evenly across the ball and heel of each foot. Pull your inner thighs toward your hips and steady your abdomen.
Stand tall as you exhale, and turn your upper body to the right to begin a spinal twist. Did your hips come along for the ride? That is not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, the stretch probably feels good, so enjoy it for a few breaths. But then, try it with your pelvis fixed and see if your spinal rotation becomes deeper. Keeping your upper body rotated to the
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