Trikonasan- Benefits and Techniques

Trikonasan Trikonasan- Benefits and Techniques

10 Min activity


Trikonasana is also called the triangle pose. The name Trikonasana is derived from Sanskrit. Here, Trikon means triangle, Asana means pose.
So, Trikonasana means triangle pose. while practicing this pose, we pose like a triangle. Trikonasana is a foundational pose that strengthens and lengthens the Armstrong. This pose will increase your flexibility. It is a standing pose. this pose will give you deep stretching. The focus of stretching in this pose is thighs, neck, arms, and side waist. This pose will enhance flexibility. It will enhance balance in your body. This pose is great to enhance strength in you. This Asan helps you to stretch muscles in your chest and arms. Trikonasana is generally a warm-up exercise. Practicing this pose will reduce stress. It opens up your chest and hips. This is a great pose to practice to improve mobility in your body. this pose will enhance your metabolism. Practicing this pose before an exercise will reduce the risk of any kind of physical injury. It will prevent you from any further injury in your ankle, neck, knee, arms, and shoulder. This pose is the most important component of will help us to practice other yoga with great ease.
This pose will teach us how to extend legs which will later help us in many other poses. This pose will help you to reduce your love handles. It will eliminate the extra fat from your side waist. You can also practice some of the preparatory poses like Dwikonasana and Adho Mukha savasana. This pose is a sideways bending pose hence; one should avoid bending their back.

Step 1: Place your feet apart from each other. Your hands should be horizontally stretched and must be parallel to the floor. your palms should face toward the floor.

Step 2: Bend your body to the right side such that the right palm touches the floor. The left hand should be vertically straight. It should be in the direction of the not roll your chest towards the floor as it may cause you injury. you must be very careful while practicing this pose as it may cause you injury.
Step 3: Hold the pose for a few seconds. Do not force your breath. Inhale and exhale naturally.
Step 4: Relax and get back to the initial position.
Step 5: Repeat this exercise at least 5 times. Props and modification: