Twists are a wonderful way of both strengthening and mobilizing the spine, muscles, bones, and organs to boot.
Use the legs in this sequence to lengthen the torso, which will allow the belly to free and rotate.
Place the shoulder blades nicely on the upper back, as though they could move forward into/widen the chest. Especially consider widening the bottom collarbone in closed-twists - the same collarbone as the armpit/elbow that hooks around the thigh to revolve the spine.
Breathe into the side and backs of the ribs as you revolve, pressing steadily into the feet during standing twists in opposition. Remember to firm the muscles around the knee and firm the muscles into the front/back of the thigh when the legs are straight.
Most importantly - enjoy the process and thank yourselves just for showing up.
Videography: Grant Henry Media