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  1. Begin in Bhujapidasana, with the inner thighs as high on the outer upper arms as possible
  2. On an inhale, straighten the legs
  3. Press into the big toe mounds and draw the outer border of each foot back
  4. The pose can be practiced different ways, either with the pelvis low and the feet high or with the legs parallel to the floor
  5. In either variation, press down firmly through the whole of each hand
  6. Use the fingertips to pull the sternum away from the navel and broaden the collarbones so the chest is not collapsed
  7. Hold for 5-10 breaths and then either release to the floor or use and exhale to transition into Bakasana