Revolved Head To Knee Pose - Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana
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Revolved Head-To-Knee Pose or Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana in Sanskrit (Parivrtta means ‘revolved or turned around’, Janu means ‘knee’, Siras is ‘head’, and Asana means ‘pose’) is a twisted variation of Janu Sirsasana where the spine is bent forward at the same time stretching and twisting sideways. It is considered a calming and soothing asana with significant benefits for the mind as well as the body.
The pose is categorized into seated intermediate-level posture. It involves stretching the spine, forward bending, and again followed with complete awareness and breathing.
Therefore, if you are seeking poses to gain full-body workout benefits by a seated posture, then Revolved Head-To-Knee Pose is worth trying.
A digital marketer in love with yoga and everything that goes along with it.
In 2021, her huge passion for yoga led her to yoga teacher trainings.
After successfully completing her studies, Iana received her Yoga Alliance U.S. certification, left the corporate IT world and devoted herself to the development of Yanva.
To be able to create the best online yoga space for yoga enthusiasts like her, Iana is constantly learning and improving her skills in various aspects of yoga philosophy, anatomy and biomechanics.
Since 2021, she has continued to attend various types of teacher training, including yoga therapy, gives online and offline classes, and conducts local workshops for people who want to learn more about yoga.
At the moment, Iana continues to work on her personal practice, improving her hand balancing skills, as well as developing her own training programs.