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How to do Half Moon
· Begin in Triangle Pose (trikonasana), right leg forward.
· Place your right hand on the Yegos Yoga Block set beneath your shoulder, about a foot in front of and 5 or 6 inches to the right of your right foot.
· Lift your left foot off the floor. Keep your left leg as active as you can.
· As you rotate your hips and rib cage towards the long left side of your mat as if flattening against a wall behind you..
· Active in all directions throughout all your limbs, like a exploding star ⭐️
· As you raise your left arm toward the ceiling, expanding your chest and producing a stick figure like pose.
· Finally, look at your left fingertips.
· · Begin in Triangle Pose (trikonasana), right leg forward.d repeat the pose on the other side.
This is one of my favorite poses. My Merrisums...
#1. Your shoulders are still not earrings, turtles! Come out of your shells!
#2. This is not a drive-by pose. It's a real posture that you should hold for the duration of your inhale.
#3. Your foot's shoelace presses down to lift your thighs.
#4. The backbend should be felt from the navel up, avoiding the lumbar region, which is already curved for most people. This involves extending the backbend into the kyphotic region of the spine.
#5 Do not simply throw your head back. As if you were a rising serpent, assume this posture! Begin by curling the vertebrae into the posture until the head stacks around the heart. Then, instead of looking up, evenly slide the jaw and face back. Your focal point is that the heart has a flashlight, and you're looking into the space where it's pointing.
#6. To curl into this pose, strengthen the entire backside of your body. Consider how the strength of the posterior muscles causes the front side to elongate.