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Lions Roar : July 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2009 56 Richard Freeman Skylark the skylark clears and balances the muscular patterns around the spine, allowing us to sit with a grounded base and a buoyancy up the midline. it also opens and balances the breath flow. Begin by folding the left leg back. Be sure the knee joint is comfortable. Sit on a folded blanket or block if necessary. Fold the right leg into half lotus, bringing the right heel as close to the lower left abdominal wall as possible. (Alternatively, the right foot can be placed on the floor inside the left groin.) Reach across the right knee with the left hand far enough to begin tilting the hips to the right. Reach around with the right hand and take the right big toe or place the right hand on the floor behind the sacrum. gradually push with the straight arm while pulling with the arm wrapped around the back, as if pulling a bow. Breathe. Feel the sitting bones flow down on the inhales. Stay for about eight breaths, coming out of the pose on an inhale. then do the other side. photoBYlARiSSARojeRS