Bound Angle Pose Instructions
1. Sit down on the mat, bend your knees, press the soles of your feet together, and drop your knees out to the sides.
2. Lengthen your torso, grasp your big toes and stay in bound angle pose for 1 minute to 2 minutes.
Bring your heels close to your pelvis, press the hips down, lengthen your spine, drop the shoulders down and back and open your chest.
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Baddha Konasana Benefits
The bound angle pose opens and stretches the inner thighs, groins, hips, and chest, and lengthens the spine. This pose also stimulates the abdominal organs and the respiratory system and improves circulation.
Hip, groin, or knee injury.
Preparatory, Complementary and Follow-Up Poses
Start in tree pose or easy pose and then progress to bound angle pose. Follow-up with seated forward bend, seated spinal twist or reclining bound angle.
Related Yoga Poses
Try these other yoga poses to relax and relieve stress and tension:
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