Revolved Triangle Pose
Revolved Triangle is a complex pose that stretches your legs, opens your hips, and provides a twist through your torso. Watch a demonstration from Yoga Journal's Pose Encyclopedia.
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I am confused as well. Is this video revolved or regular triangle?
I am sort of confused. The Crandell video I have shows the Revolved Triangle pose to be one where the belly is turned toward the front leg with the arm corresponding to the rear leg being on the block. This looks more like regular triangle pose. Or am I just ignorant of yet another variation?