Seated Spinal Twist pose stretches the spine, shoulders, neck, and hips, while strengthening the groin and thighs. It improves posture and digestion, and can calm stress and anxiety.
In this variation of the pose, placing a block under the buttocks and hand helps to keep the spine long, especially for students with limited hip or side flexibility.
Seated Spinal Twist with Blocks: How to Do it Step-by-Step
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