After a long weekend in Iowa, it’s time to catch up on yoga from the past few days!
Day 25 we are focusing on Revolved Goddess Pose (Revolved Fierce Angle Pose), or Parivrtta Utkata Konasana, a grounding pose. This pose strengthens the inner thighs, glutes, and pelvic muscles while relieving tension from the upper body and detoxifying the body.
To get into Revolved Goddess Pose, begin in Tadasana with your hands on your hips. Bring your feet out wide and rotate them outward. Lower your hips down, bringing your knees close to 90 degrees and slide your hands out toward your knees. Bring your left shoulder toward the right side of your body, creating a twisting motion. Hold for a few breaths and repeat on opposite side.
Check out my other #TakeTheLeap 30 Days of Yoga Challenge poses here: