Introduction: Bound Angle Pose or simply Baddha Konasana is a well-known yoga pose that opens the groins and hips. Also called “Cobbler’s Pose”, this yoga posture got its name from the three Sanskrit
words –“Baddha” – meaning ‘bound’“Kona” – meaning ‘angle’ &“Asana” – meaning ‘pose’
Type of Level: Bound Angle Pose is the basic yoga posture suggested to beginners. As one can easily practice it, it is assigned to the category - beginner level.
How to Perform
Benefits of Bound Angle Pose (Baddha Konasana):
Best Place to Perform: For performing Bound Angle Pose or Baddha Konasana, you should choose an isolated room that is free from any kind of disturbance. The place should be clean, dirt-free and well-ventilated. Better is to open all the windows and practice. Your yoga room should also have adequate fluorescent lighting.
Precautions While Performing Bound Angle Pose: