BADDHA KONASANA

The Baddha Konasana is a pose that can be essential for newcomers to yoga. Also known as the Cobbler’s Pose, the Baddha Konasana is a pose that can be a carried out by almost anyone.
When carrying out the Baddha Konasana, the person needs to start in the Dandasana Pose, which his also known as the Staff Pose.
The person then needs to bend their knees which is followed by bring the soles of the feet together.
The feet then need to be drawn into the body, but only to a level that’s comfortable. There should never be a need to feel uncomfortable or in pain when carrying out the Bassha Konasana.
Once the person carrying out the pose feels comfortable, they should then sit up tall while ensuring the shoulders are moving away from the ears.
The use of the Baddha Konasana helps counteract some of the ailments associated with sitting at a desk for long period, as well as helping prepare the body for other meditative seated poses.
It can also help the person gain more comfort in the future when it comes to carrying out pose that require the person to sit up straight.