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Golfing Yogi and the Parivrtta Utkatasana or Twisting Chair Pose

Golfing Yogi

Golfing Yogi and the Parivrtta Utkatasana or Twisting Chair Pose From the Utkatasana or Chair Pose, please review last week’s post of the Utkatasana or Chair Pose — Click HERE.  This is part of the Sun Salutation B series.  I am inhaling to come into Parivrtta Utkatasana or Twisting Chair Pose.  Length first. From the. . . .

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Golfing Yogi and the Utkatasana or Chair Pose

Golfing Yogi

Golfing Yogi and the Utkatasana or Chair Pose From the Utkatasana or Chair Pose, INHALE to Parivrtta Utkatasana or Twiting Chair Pose. Golfing Yogi and the Utkatasana or Chair Pose. From Wikipedia:  This asana increases strength, balance and stability. The hamstrings, quadriceps, gluteal muscles, and the erector spinae muscles of the back are exercised and. . . .

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Golfing Yogi and the Sukhasana or Basic Seated Twist

Golfing Yogi

Golfing Yogi and the Sukhasana or Basic Seated Twist Why is yoga good for golf?  In a word — Twisting.  Here is how to do a basic twist. Golfing Yogi Seated Cross-legged position before the Twist From a seated, cross-legged position, I am in Sukhasana or simple crossed legged pose. I am INHALING to lift. . . .

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Golfing Yogi and the Adho Mukha Svanasana or Down Dog Pose

Golfing Yogi

Golfing Yogi and the Adho Mukha Svanasana or Down Dog Pose Golfing Yogi and the Adho Mukha Svanasana or Down Dog Pose From Cobra or Upward Facing Dog, I EXHALE and press back into the all familiar Adho Mukha Svanasana or Down Dog Pose. My  heels touch the mat but if they can’t that is. . . .

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Golfing Yogi and the Urdhva Dhanurasana or Advanced Bridge Pose

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Golfing Yogi and the Urdhva Dhanuransana or Advanced Bridge Pose Golfing Yogi and the Urdhva Dhanuransana or Advanced Bridge Pose This is Urdhva Dhanurasana. This is an intermediate to advanced back bend requiring a consistent yoga practice for many months or years. However, same principles apply..knees and elbows don’t splay, chest reaches forward to where I. . . .

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