Keep the Sacrum and Lower Back Safe in Parsvakonasana

August 22, 2014    BY Tanya Boigenzahn

Parshvakonasana is a challenging pose to teach and practice, because it is asymmetrical. If the pelvis and low back are out of alignment, they can torque, often resulting in inflammation or injury. Learn what not to do and how to get into and out of the pose safely with these helpful alignment tips and suggestions.   

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Tanya Boigenzahn
E-RYT 500, RTT, CHTP, AYS & Reiki Master,Tanya Boigenzahn is honored to share her life in the pursuit of health and wellness for all beings. She is the founder of Devanadi School of Yoga and Wellness, empowering people with authentic and time-tested tools and teachings to help reach their highest potential. She is a senior certified ParaYoga teacher and initiate of the Himalayan Tradition. Earning her credentials as an Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist through HI’s program, she is also an instructor... Read more>>

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