Below yoga sequence should be used as a guide by yoga teachers to create their own yoga class plans
Peak Pose Yoga Sequence: Parivrtta Ardha Chandrasana For Balance And Energy
In the given yoga sequence for balance and energy, the focus is towards the peak poses Ardha Chandrasana (Half Moon Pose) and Parivrtta Ardha Chandrasana (Revolved Half Moon Pose), which are standing poses practiced for building balance and energy. In each yoga pose, students should be taught by yoga teachers to engage their core and focus on tightening their leg muscles for better balance and stability as they progress through the yoga sequence.
Peak Pose Yoga Sequence: Parivrtta Ardha Chandrasana for Balance and Energy: Yoga Poses, Cues, Steps, and Breathing instructions
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A. While still in Urdhva Namaskarasana, exhale taking the torso towards the right, while stretching the sides of the lower and upper back to remain in Parsva Urdhva Hastasana.
B. This pose helps to open the chest muscles while also taking care of the sides of the lower back close to the hips and the lower abdomen. The extension of the torso flexes the shoulders and the neck which helps in the practice of Revolved Half Moon Pose.
C. Remain here for about 3 breaths and expand with every exhalation.
A. Release and come to stand with feet together in simple Tadasana and take a few breaths.
B. Inhale and place the palms on the lower back close to the hips, and as you exhale take the head behind you throwing it gently back.
C. Inhale again and push the lower back inside while taking the chest out and upwards exhaling completely to go into Anuvittasana or Standing Backbend.
D. Anuvittasana, with the chest out and shoulders back, helps to open the shoulders and also improves the breathing with the chest. This pose also improves the balance focusing on the gentle breathing.
E. Stay here for about 3 breaths , while keeping your eyes open to gaze up and breath deep throwing the chest out with every inhalation.