Launch your center of gravity upward. Airborne, pin your feet together and spread your toes. Avoid dumping into your right shoulder, which can happen when your right, non-weight-bearing arm splays outward; instead, pull your right elbow in toward your midline. Now, ground down through your hands and lift your feet into the full expression of the pose, using the fulcrum of your right leg against your left arm as leverage. Gaze steadily at the floor 2–3 feet in front of you. Elongate the front of your spine from navel to nose by drawing your sternum forward toward your chin—like the flight of a migrating heron. Counter any compression on the diaphragm and sub-diaphragmatic organs by taking 3–5 short, quick, powerful breaths instead of your usual Ujjayi Pranayama. Feel the powerful rotation in your lower spine in this suspended, “hanging” twist before coming back to earth. Repeat on the other side.