So, I'm breaking my own rule of not including chairs in this blog. Here is the Emilie Rogers chair twist:
Bow to the chair. Take the tail end of the belt and wrap it around the back of the chair a couple of times.
Then, as you sit up, the chair will pull your right shoulder back as well as encourage your left ribs to turn. If you need more, lean forward and repeat the process, taking up slack on the belt. And, of course, do both sides. Do a better job keeping your hips level than I did.
So now for some other poses:
In Parsva Dandasana, the same format applies, although taking it around both feet reminds the hips to stay level. If you are turning to the right, the belt goes around the little toe side of the right foot first.
Janu Sirsasana is my absolute favorite with the belt. Again, the belt goes around the same shoulder as straight leg. This really lines up the sternum with the thigh. Wonderful.