The triangle pose is one of my favorites. Most teachers will find it, including yoga classes, in many different styles.
I usually speak in every class. It has many advantages and can be used as a warming or working bench. Here are some things you can do with this great asana.
To get to the pose, start on the right. Of course, you want to spend about the same amount of time on both sides.
Get your feet wide, a bit wider than half. The right toe is pointing to the right and your left foot is turned to the right of 90 degrees whenever possible. Always adjust if something is unpleasant or painful.
With inhalation take your arms parallel. As we run the long distance to the right, our hips move to the left. Take your right hand to the right and reach your left arm.
Keep the strain straight bending to the waist while the ribs are long and not rounded. Look at the raised hand as it rotates the body in the same direction.
The torso is in the same plane as the legs. It is difficult to say that this is the case or not. The pole is supported by the back to the wall. With left healing, touch the wall and right leg at about four inches. In the pose, one of your pimples will touch the wall – it depends on how much your body spins and your left shoulder touches the wall. Your right hand is high enough at your feet to handle it comfortably.
Work out the pole from the ground. Start with your feet, hold the ground yourself. Activate your left leg so that the thigh pulls the foot's outer leg into the ground. Activate your right leg to turn the thigh back. The arms of both legs will rise with this activation, especially with the right leg. Keep the foot of the big toe in the ground so that the foot does not slip completely. The bow is formed from multiple arcs when the legs are activated. This will help shape the bow for those who have little or no legs.
Turn your hips back. The entire torso turns to the sky and begins with the hips. It can help increase this arc by keeping your left hand behind your thigh. Hold your feet and pull yourself deep into the bow or you just reach your arm. Pull your right arm back.
Keep the strain actively stretched. There is a well rotated upper body which is also very long. Keep your neck with your neck at the back of your neck, in keeping with the rest of your back. It tends to curve the neck or drop the head.
Put your arms up and lengthen the shoulder bands apart. The right hand only touches the right leg to reach the arm and shoulder, which the left arm is long and up. Keep Your Spine Raised
Breathing is predominantly diaphragmatic in the triangle pose. This means that he inhales the abdomen. This breathing exercise helps relieve stress and relax the body. From time to time, you have to take a deep breath. You held the position for too long if you have to keep the breath to keep the pose.