Baddha Konasana: Bound Angle Pose

Female yogi practicing Bound Angle Pose, Baddha Konasana.
Photo: Jenn Russell thetravellinyogi.com

English name: Bound Angle Pose

Sanskrit name: Baddha Konasana

Sanskrit pronunciation: BAH-dah cone-AHS-ah-nah

Sanskrit meaning: Baddha = bound, Kona = angle

Type of pose: Seated

Level: Beginner

Targets: Hips

How to do this pose:
1. From a seated position, bring the soles of your feet together and draw your heels into your groin.
2. Hold onto your feet and root down through your sit bones.
3. Draw your navel in and up, and knit your front ribs together.
4. Sit upright with a straight spine, roll your shoulder blades down and back, and broaden your collarbones.
5. Keep your neck long and gaze at the horizon in front of you.

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