also known as Revolved Split-Legged Headstand. Parivrtta means revolved, turned round. Eka means one and pada the leg. In this variation of Sirsasana, the legs are spread apart and the trunk and legs are then turned sideways on either side, while maintaining the balance without disturbing the position of the head or the hands. Parivrttaikapada Sirsasana details provided to you by YogaIQ.
1. After completing Parsva Sirsasana (Step 1), spread the legs apart, move the right leg forward and the left leg back evenly. (Step 2.) Then exhale, twist the spine to the left so that the legs move sideways clockwise through 90 degrees. (Side view: Step 3)
2. After turning sideways, keep the legs poker stiff by tightening the hamstring muscles, knees and calves.
3. Spread the legs still wider and stay in that position from 20 to 30 seconds trying to breathe normally.
4. Exhale, come to the straight Salamba Sirsasana I. Now, drag the left foot ahead and the right foot back, twirl the spine to the right so that the legs procedure sidelong anti-clockwise through 90 degrees. (Front view : Step 4 Back view : Step 5) hold that posture for the same length of time. Exhale and return to Salamba Sirsasana 1.
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