Padmasana or Lotus Pose
Padmasana is a seated asana with the legs crossed and the feet set over the contrary thighs. The name originates from Sanskrit signifying “lotus situate.” This asana is customarily utilized in reflection, the two of which started in antiquated India.
In this pose, the body takes after a lotus bloom and it is likewise said that rehearsing Padmasana enables the yogi to bloom like a lotus. It urges the body to be physically steady and the breath to moderate and develop, enabling the psyche to enter a reflective state.