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Which yoga pose would you most like me to analyze and why?
I'm here. I like stuff. Some other stuff, I like less.
Gomukhasana! Because when it feels good, it feels really, really good, but when it doesn’t feel good, I’m not sure what to focus on adjusting to get to the good place.
Ooh, that’s a good one. My hips — or thighs, or butt — are weird, and I have some trouble getting my lower body into the pose but feeling utterly no stretch when I get there. I think I might have to do some research to try variations for this one.
Revolved poses – Triangle and Half Moon particularly. I’m mostly quite bendy through the spine and pelvis (hamstrings and shoulders are my tight spots), but revolved poses just seem to utterly defeat me – my body just doesn’t seem to do them at all.
Hrm. I think I could probably explain revolved half moon fairly easily (it’s more a core/butt strength pose for me), but revolved triangle still gives me trouble. I would have to research that one some more first.
Revolved triangle for me too. My spine is very crunchy/clicky on one side. The other, just a little.
It’s definitely on the list. 🙂
Marichyasana for me. My shoulders are quite open, but my hips are my problem area. They’re tight, and I can’t seem to bring my knee into my armpit close enough so I can wrap myself around my leg.
I’ll have to do some research for this one, too. I have consistent trouble with bound poses, which for me is a feature of being a larger person. Even though my shoulders and hips are flexible enough to wrap, having them wrap around my torso and one leg is maybe more than they can reach.
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