Bound Angle Pose (Baddha Konasana)

Bound Angle Pose is also known as Baddha Konasana, Cobbler Pose, and Butterfly Pose. This pose can help beginners to open up the hips and ease sciatica discomfort that can be made worse by sitting for long periods. If you have a back or knee injury, cardiac problems, high blood pressure, or are menstruating, avoid this yoga. It helps you recover after running or other activities.

Bound Angle Pose

Beginner’s Tip

Position yourself upright on a cushion or a folded blanket to induce a forward tilt in your pelvis.

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Sit on your yoga mat, legs stretched out in front of you, bend your knees, and bring your heels in toward your pelvis.
2 - Bring your heels in toward your feet, bringing the soles of your feet together, and allowing your knees to drop open to both sides.
3 - Clasp your big toes with your hands' first two fingers. 
4 - Extend your spine and shoulders.
5 - Hold this posture for five to ten breaths. Lift your knees and straighten your legs to exit the position by sitting up straight once more.

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The Advantages of the Bound Angle Pose

1 - Stretch your thigh, knee, and inguinal region.
2 - Strengthens your core and improves your body posture.
3 - It helps to digestive complaints and soothes menstrual discomfort.
4 - Helps to open up your lower back and relieves sciatica.
5 - Stimulates the abdominal organs, improving your ovaries, kidneys, bladder, and prostate gland.

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