Parivṛtta means revolved or turned round or back. Trikoṇa is a triangle.
- Stand in Tāḍāsana.
- Breathe in deeply. Stretch your legs sideways 3 to 3.5 feet apart.
- Stretch arms sideways in line with the shoulders and palms facing down.
- Turn the right foot sideways 90o to the right. Turn the left foot 60o to the right. Keep both the legs tight by drawing the knee caps up.
- Breathe out, rotate the trunk along with the left leg towards right so as to bring left palm on the floor near the outer side of the right foot.
- Stretch the left palm up, bringing it in line with the right shoulder and extend as much as you can.
- Keep both hands in a straight line. Look at the thumb of the out stretched left hand.
- Remember do not lift the toes of both legs and completely rest on floor. Stretch both the shoulders and shoulder blades.
- Remain in this pose from half a minute to one minute, breath in deeply and evenly. While inhaling lift the right palm and straighten the trunk and keep your hands in line with shoulders.
- Repeat the same process bringing the left palm to the left ankle.
- Breathe out and bring back the legs to Tāḍāsana.
- People with Cardiac condition should not attempt this āsana.
- This āsana improves the thigh, calf and hamstring muscles.
- The chest is expanded fully, improves abdominal organs and hips muscles.
- The spine and the muscles of the back function properly.
- This pose increases the blood supply round the lower part of the spinal region.
- This pose relives back pains.