Hip Mobility through Thigh Rolling Out – Baddhakonasana Legs

Baddhakonasana and supta baddhakonasana are hold a special place in asana vocabulory. The baddhakona legs involve an external rotation of the femur (thigh) that is the base for other seated positions as well as supine positions. Supta baddhakonasana is a foundational position in restorative work and therapeutic work. This is a beginner-level introduction to these two positions.

This session is part of the Short Course Baddhakonasana and Supta Baddhakonasana: for Physiological and Emotional Benefits (Short Course; Level: Experienced Beginner/ Beginner)

Level: Beginner, Experienced Beginner

Duration: 60min

Tagwords: 60mins, women, womens health, urinary health, reproductive health, supta baddhakonasana, supine, thigh external rotation, thigh, hips, hip joint, hip mobility

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