Parivrtta trikonasana means Parivrtta means revolve and trikona means triangle and Asana means pose. It is also known as revolved triangle pose or twisted triangle pose.
Parivrtta Trikonasana yoga is performed in the upper body is twisted and the left arm, the truck of the body, and the right leg is a straight line. The left arm should be touching the left ear with proper balance and the left leg is at a 90-degree angle. The right arm is straight and the palm is put on the floor on the outside of the left foot. and total body weight is balanced between the left and right legs.
Benefits of Parivrtta Trikonasana Yoga:
1. It helps to strengthen the abdominal muscles and builds core muscles.
2. Parivrtta Trikonasana helps to strong hips, legs, and spine.
3. It is very helpful to women for the reproductive system. it better works on the lower back, stretching the hip joints, and pelvis. This asana is helpful for overall health.
4. If you have back pain due to your work style this asana will definitely improve your back pain.
5. Revolved triangle pose helps to improve the digestion system. and maybe regular your digestive system and help to relieve constipation.
6. If you face suffering from obesity, you will benefit from this asana.
7. This Asana may strong the lungs and open the chest through twisting movement. Especially who suffer from asthma. This Asana is the best for Asthma patients.
8. It may also help to strengthen the quadriceps, shoulder, and neck.
9. Revolved triangle pose is best to open the body's chakras.
1. The Third eye chakra
2. Throat Chakra
3. Heart Chakra,
4. Sacral Chakra
5. Root Chakra
10. This is the best asana for releasing emotions and healing the blockage of energy. It helps to free the flow of positive energy in the body.
Step by step Utthita Parivrtta Trikonasana yoga
1. Stand in Tadasana. (Step 1) Take a deep inhalation and with a jump spread the legs apart sideways 3 to 3 feet. Lift the arms sideways, in line with the shoulders, palms facing down. (Step 2)
2. Tum the right foot sideways 90 degrees to the right. Turn the left foot 6o degrees to the right, keeping the left leg stretched out and tightened at the knee.
3. Breath out, rotate the torso along with the left leg in the opposite side (to the right) so as to drag the left palm on the floor close to the outer side of the right foot.
4. Extend the right arm up, dragging it in line with the left arm. Look at the right thumb. (Step 3 and 4)
5. Keep the knees tight. Do not hold the toes of the right foot from the floor. Remember to relax the outer side of the left foot well on the floor.
6. Stretch both the shoulders and shoulder-blades.
7. Keep this posture for half a minute with normal breathing.
8. Breath in, hold up the left hand from the floor, rotate the torso back to its original position and come back to step 1.
9. Exhale, repeat the pose on the left side by turning the left foot sideways 90 degrees to the left and the right foot 60 degrees to the left and place the right palm on the floor near the outer side of the left foot.
10. Stay this posture on both sides for the same period of time, which can be adjusted by doing, three to four deep formation on each side.
11. After completing the time, inhale, raise the trunk back to its original position, bring the toes to the front and keep the arms as in step 1.
12. Exhale and jump back to Tadasana. (Step 1.) This completes the asana.