Reverse n Revolved

Yoga Every Damn Day As a part of A to Z April Blogging challenge, I am going to post a series of Yoga poses. Don't worry I will keep it simple and crisp... and try not to make it boring.

Parivrtta Utkatasana or Revolved Chair Pose

Woaa I look so lost in this picture. It was windy and pretty cold (as you can see from my hair flying all over) 

Stretches the lower back. Increases the flexibility of the spine and back. Stretches the shoulders. Challenges the balance. Powerful detoxification of toxic food, drink, thoughts, etc.

  • Bound Revolved Side Angle

    Here my fingers are interlocked behind me

Strengthens and stretches the legs, the knees, and the ankles. Stretches the groins, the spine, the chest, the lungs, and the shoulders. Stimulates abdominal organs. Increases stamina. Improves digestion and aids elimination. Improves balance. Source

Day 13 - Mermaid Pose
Day 14 - Navasana
Day 16 - Pigeon Pose
Day 17 - Quietude


  1. Even a normal chair pose is so difficult.. these look even more difficult, Princess :O but you seem to pull it off with ease! Super coool hai! :) and and what a beautiful backdrop :D

  2. You completely rock these poses, Raj! I am bookmarking some of them - the ones I feel I have a shot at. :)
    *Shantala @ ShanayaTales*

  3. Ramlakshmi, you are awesome...nothing more to add here :)

  4. I think my 'in awe' quotient for you has reached sky high! :)

  5. I was so inspired by all your posts that I am going back to Yoga after 5 months. You are an inspiration :)

  6. Wow! These poses both look rather challenging, the first one looks quite odd in pose and yet you are able to pull it off with grace and ease Raj! I am so amazed at your flexibility! :) <3

  7. Oh! These look too difficult! Both of them! But I am going to try! :P
    I can do with some detoxification!

  8. Wow ! This one looks tough. But not for you obviously ! ;)


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