The other day I did something nice in my practice I’d forgotten about. I did a sort of a flow of standing poses.
Let’s see if I can describe this. I started in Trikonasana (triangle). Then instead of coming up out of it, I brought my torso and arms upright and bent my front knee, resulting in Virabhadrasana II (warrior II). After that, I swung over my knee into Uttitha Parsvakonasana (extended side angle). From there, I leaned forward and put my hand on a waiting block, straightened my front leg and rose into Ardha Chandrasana (half moon). When I came down from A.C. into Trikonasana again, I turned my feet forward into Prasarita Padottanasana (forward wide-angle).
Then I did the whole process in reverse on the other side, ending in Trikonasana.
Somewhere in there I did Parsvottanasana, but I can’t quite remember where.
It was cool.