1 - Start In Tadasansa - Mountain Pose. (see #66)
2 - Spread feet 2 1/2 to 3 feet apart and take arms to your side; turn to left, and rest right hand on hip.
3 - Inhale and fold left leg, and move right foot about ½ a foot to 1 foot forward along mat. Simultaneously, stretch left hand forward, outside left foot, as far as you can go.
4 - Exhale and press your left hand and left foot firmly on the floor.
5 - Straighten left leg and, at the same time, raise right leg parallel to floor.
6 - Twist body to right, but keeping moving a little in front. Don’t forget to keep your right hand on your right hip and your head neutral. Keep looking in front of you.
7 - Your body should be balancing fully on standing leg.
8 - Adjust balance with light press of palm into your Yoga Mat. Raise the ankle of your left foot firmly up into your left groin.
9 - Hold this pose for as long as you can. About a half minute to one minute is adequate, with a deep exhalation, lower your right leg onto the floor.
10 - Repeat the pose on your right for approximately the same amount of time.