Revolved Head to Knee Pose (Parivritta Janu Sirsasana)

Illustrated yoga poses of women performing the Revolved Head to Knee Pose

Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose is a seated beginner posture and works well with a lot of forward bends in a sequence. Revolved Head-to-Knee pose stretches the shoulders, hamstrings and spine while stimulating abdominal organs, it is also good for headaches, insomnia and back aches.

Drawings of people performing the Revolved Head to Knee Pose represented in outline silhouettes

To do Revolved Head-to Knee Pose, sit on the floor with legs wide, bring the left heel into the groin and bend the right knee and bring the heel in slightly. Lean right and push the shoulder into the right knee reaching the left arm over to meet the right hand while looking up. While this is a beginner pose, it can be difficult and take time to the full expression.

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Revolved Head to Knee Pose elevations (men & women), outline silhouettes

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