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Konasana

5  Asana practiced while lying on the back 

 Konasana – (Angle Pose) 

"Kona" in Sanskrit means "angle". However, Konasana has not found its origin from the Yogic texts. It is just a traditional pose. It is a kind of warm up exercise for other asanas like Baddha konasana, Supta Baddha Konsana, Upavistha Konasana etc.  

Sequence:
  1. Stand erect keeping your legs together and hands by the side of the thighs.
  2. Separate your legs and changing their positions, make a gap between them. The gap should be of two to three feet.
  3. Raise both your hands forward making a parallel line with the shoulder.
  4. Bending towards the right side laterally, slowly bring your right hand downward. The left hand should be raised towards the sky.
  5. Stretch a bit so that your right hand touches your right ankle and rest your left hand besides your waist in order to neutralize the stretching effect on your body.
  6. Slowly return to the original position and stand erect. But this time, keep your hands parallel to the shoulder and the feet position should not change.
  7. Now repeat step 3, 4 & 5 for the left leg.
  8. Then return back to the original position. One round of Konasana is complete.  

Caution:
  1. In order to make distance between the two legs, you should never jump.
  2. If you find difficulty in touching the ankle, do not overstretch.
  3. People suffering from cervical and lumbar spondilities and hypertension should not practice it.  

Benefits:
  1. It makes the spine flexible.
  2. It relieves back pain.  
 
 

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