One balance strategy is called “Long on the weighted side.” It means that on the weighted side, here the right side, the upper body —
including the ribs, arm, and even the ear — elongate away from the waist; and the hip and leg sink down. also away from the waist. On the unweighted side, here the left, it is the inverse: upper and lower body scrunch up toward the middle.
In this sequence you become more aware of the counterbalancing
sensations of expansion and contraction. These are shifts around the front-to-back axis, called in math Z.