The power of this posture resides in silence, patience and stability… like in a tree, it teaches us the essential components of balance.
– From Tadasana (mountain pose), anchor your left hip to the ground.
– Slowly bring the right foot inside the left thigh. NEVER ON THE KNEE ARTICULATION!
– The right knee is turned outward (hip opening).
– Juste like a vise, press well the foot against the thigh and thigh against the foot.
– Hands on the hips, on the heart in prayer, or arms elevated, gaze far away in front of you.
– Hold 3 to 10 yogic breaths, depending on level. – Repeat on the other side.