Side Wide Angle Pose

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The Side Wide Angle Pose, also known as Parsva Upavistha Konasana, is a yoga posture that offers a deep stretch and expansion to the inner thighs and groins. To practice this pose, sit on the floor with your legs extended wide apart. As you inhale, lengthen your spine, and as you exhale, begin to fold forward from your hips, reaching your hands towards the ground or gripping your feet. Maintain an upright posture with your chest open and shoulders relaxed. Gradually, walk your hands toward one foot, bending at the waist and twisting your torso, so that one hand rests beside the foot while the other arm extends overhead. Gaze towards the raised hand. This pose provides a significant stretch through the inner thighs, hamstrings, and hips while enhancing spinal flexibility. It promotes a sense of openness and release in the lower body. Throughout the pose, focus on your breath, allowing it to guide your movement and deepen the stretch. Side Wide Angle Pose can be adapted to suit your flexibility, and props like blocks or cushions can be used for support. As you practice, honor your body’s limits and explore the sensations with gentle curiosity.

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