Parivrtta Anjaneyasana

Parivrtta: revolved Anjaneya: Anjana’s son, another name for Hanuman (par-ee-vrt-tah EN-JAH-NAY-AH-SUN-AH)

RELATED ASANAS

Parivrtta Utkatasana - Parivrtta Ardha Chandrasana - Radha Krishna - Parivrtta Parsvakonasana

ENERGETIC ALIGNMENT

Key Actions: Pada Bandha - Mula Bandha - Uddiyana Bandha - Samana between elbow and knee - Full torso rotation - ribs stacked.

Apana: Pada 1 rooting with the front foot: from the heel to the soil of the foot radiating with the heel. Tilt of pelvis, the front hip is pulled back and down so the hips are parallel

Samana: The abdominal muscled are contracted to allow a light twist and maintain the length of the spine from the waist to the abdomen and from the abdomen to the other side of the waist; the upper body continues the twist by pulling on the top shoulder blade to open the ribcage and the heart.

Prana: The cobra effect widens the chest and allows relaxation to the center of the heart.

Vyana: The front knee is over the ankle and we radiate through the back heel, lengthen up through the three rivers of the spine (Pubic bone —> Heart —> Crown & tops of the hips —> armpits), the collarbones widen the chest, energy through tips of fingers and toes.

Udana: The quads lift the femur, back leg rises upwards, skull floats up and out as a natural extension of the spine.

COMMON MISALIGNMENTS

-Front knee not aligned with ankle
-Back knee bent
-Rounded upper spine
-Shoulders raised

ASANA NOTES AND BENEFITS

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FOUNDATION ANATOMY

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