Cobbler's Pose/Baddha Konasana
- Steps 1
Inhale, bend your legs and separate the knees so they are close to the ground
- Steps 2
Pull in your feet and place the soles of the feet together, as close as possible to your pelvis, Let the knees fall out to the sides
- Steps 3
Keep the spinal cord and the neck straight
- Steps 4
Inhale, grasp your feet, raise your head up and bend backward
- Steps 5
Now, exhale, bend forward, and bring your forehead all the way down to the big toes
- Steps 6
Press the elbows against the thighs, bringing them closer to the floor
- Steps 7
Hold the pose for 5 breaths
- Steps 8
Inhale, raise the head and torso up
- Steps 9
Exhale, return to the starting pose
- Steps 10
Precautions: People with sciatica or knee problems should not practice this pose.
This pose helps in improving the flexibility in the groin and hips region relieving the inner thigh muscles tension, soothing the lower abdominal organs and helping the excretory system remove waste from the body. Let's check the steps: Sit down on the floor with the legs outstretched, feet together This is the starting position.
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