Two Legged Sage Koundinya Pose (Dwi Pada Koundinyasana)

Two-Legged Sage Koundinya Pose is also known as Dwi Pada Koundinyasana. It's a difficult arm balance pose that helps to build a lot of heat, core strength, and upper body power. The Kaundinya word comes from the first disciple of Gautama Buddha.

Two Legged Sage Koundinya Pose

Beginner’s Tip

To maintain your equilibrium, prop up one or both of your legs on a bolster and/or the seat of a chair.

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 - To begin, sit on your yoga mat with your legs together and extend in front of your torso. Keep your spine straight. 
2 - Twist your body and knee to the left. Keep your legs in an equal position and extend your elbow as far up the side of your thigh as possible, toward the hip. Keep your hands in front of you and shift your weight into your palms.
3 - Slowly raise your hand by applying pressure to your palms. Keep your thighs together, draw your heels in toward the buttocks and, to bring your body weight all over the center, press your outside hand into the ground.
4 - Hold this position for 30 to 60 seconds based on your comfort level.

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The Advantages of the Two-Legged Sage Koundinya Pose

1 - Work on strengthening your chest, shoulders, arms, wrists, and upper and lower back.
2 - Tone and massage your internal organs and abdominal regions.
3 - Assist in improving overall body balance and control.
4 - Its digestion system is healthy and body weight is in check.
5 - lengthens and strengthens your spine.

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