Reclined Goddess Pose (Supta Baddha Konasana): How To Practice, Benefits And Precautions – TheHealthSite

Written by Tavishi Dogra | Updated : July 16, 2022 7:56 AM IST
The Sanskrit word supta means “reclining / supine”, baddha means “fixed/bound”, and Kona translates as “angle.” This restful asana can be practised by everybody and modified for any level of flexibility. It’s not merely a restorative yoga pose but also a tremendous hip-opening yogasana. Let’s now learn how to practice and benefit from Supta Baddha Konasana by Dr Veronique Nicolai, Director, Heartfulness Yoga School.

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Practice with a professional; you might need to modify this asana using props. Also, pregnant women should practise this pose under the supervision of a trained yoga teacher.
‘Add Heartfulness meditation at the end of each practice.’
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