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Tanya

The photo is not of the full pose, which includes a bind.

Belena

The picture does not help. We need a secondary view that shows the arm and hand position. Even looking at the descriptions and Variations, it is difficult to get a really clear picture of this pose.

Christy

I agree that this picture is not helpful, though I suspect more research on the site will bring up more explanation. Thanks

hazel

if you swing your knees to the left and turn your torso to the right, then you do not end up looking like the guy in the photo above.

nikki

diane- look under the variations

Ram

Some of these postures require more illustration with pictures from different angles. Its hard to see how the hands are placed. Could you put pics from various angles? Thanks.

Diane

What about the full pose? What is the arm position in the pose that is shown in the photo?

Anonymous

i love this one!!

wld

Sydneye -
I was instructed yesterday to "keep the feet & knees together". It certainly seemed to be easier that way.

bronagh loughlin

i have never heard of this one before its not in my book!

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