1 - Begin with the Dandasana (see #21).
2 - Hug right knee and keep it close to chest and breathe.
3 - Keep left leg straight and extended with foot flexed.
4 - With right knee still drawn into the torso, press palms firmly on the ground. At this point, the right leg must be placed behind right shoulder, such that the back of the right thigh is resting on the right triceps.
5 - Draw the shoulders to the back so that the back of the body is engaged.
6 - Inhale and push your hands to lift your legs and hips off the ground. Latch the left ankle over the right one.
7 - Exhale and bring your shoulders forward to create a 90-degree angle in your elbows as your feet swing over the right side.
8 - Allow your inner thighs to squeeze your right arm so that your legs stay firm.
9 - Engage core and lock gaze at any point on floor to help with balance.
10 - Hold pose for about 30 to 60 seconds and slowly release.
11 - Rest for a few seconds as you keep your breathing constant.
12 - Repeat the asana with your right leg stretched out and left leg folded.