Side Seated Wide Angle Pose

ide Seated Wide Angle Pose

Parsva upavistha konasana is a wide-legged seated asana where the torso folds forward over each leg, one at a time. The name comes from the Sanskrit, parsva, meaning “side,” upavistha, meaning “seated,” kona meaning “angle,” and asana, meaning “pose.”

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In love with yoga and everything that goes along with it. Iana has been actively practicing yoga for 5 years. In addition to practice, she studies various aspects of yoga philosophy, yoga anatomy, biomechanics, and holodynamics.