Baddha Padmasana or Locked Lotus Pose
Baddha Padmasana is a difficult and propelled variety of Padmasana that opens the heart, expands imperativeness and vitality, and offers various different advantages to the body and psyche. The name is gotten from the Sanskrit, bandha, signifying “official” or “bound”; the Padma, signifying “lotus”; and asana, signifying “present.”
Baddha Padmasana ties the body into an image of interminability. In Kundalini yoga, this asana stirs kundalini vitality, annihilate karmic deterrents, and clear the pathways for vitality to stream. It is a ground-breaking, remedial stance that can enable the professional to rest in a condition of stillness and stirred cognizance (samadhi).