Supta Konasana (Lying Angle Posture)

Supta Konasana

Supta Konasana (Koṇāsana) = Lying-Angle-Posture

Dṛṣṭi: nāsāgre = to the nose

From lying on your back.

Inhale and reach to your toes and hold the big toes with the first two fingers.

Exhale and roll back, taking the feet over the head and on the floor behind you.

Bring the hips over the shoulders and lift up your spine so not to collapse in the back.

Keep the legs and back strong and engaged as you hold for three to five breaths.

To come out you can either roll gently down again, or take a deep inhale and roll back up to balancing on your bottom (into Upavishtha Konasana B) and then release the feet.