Benefit: Hips and knees align keeping the lower back safe. Stretches the entire front body, ankles, thighs and groins. Stretches abdomen, chest, throat and hip flexors. Strengthens back. Improves posture. Stimulates internal organs.
Jevin should be hip width in size. Begin standing on the knees, toes curled under. Place Jevin half way up the thighs. Press lightly into the outside edges of the Jevin as you try to widen your glutes apart, finding an internal rotation with the inner thighs. Press the hips energetically down towards your knees. Place your hands on the top of the glutes (fingers facing up or down). Hug your navel inward and start to lift your chest to the ceiling. Second jevin can be used under the ankles to press outward assisting a deeper opening in the heart.
Breathe as you keep expanding the chest higher and higher lengthening the spine and allowing the Jevin to keep your knees stabilized under the hips. Use the pressing out into the Jevin to find your inner thighs work and your hamstrings fire up. Release glutes. Jevin holds you in challenging alignment. Maybe reach hands back to heels. Maybe uncurl toes.