Dwi means two. Kona is angle. In this pose we form two right angles hence the name.
- Stand in Tāḍāsana.
- Move your feet one foot apart.
- Interlock your fingers at the back.
- With exhalation bend forward and bring your trunk parallel to the ground and arms perpendicular to the trunk.
- Maintain the pose for about 20-30sec.
- Slowly with inhalation come up, relax your arms.
- Opens up the chest and develops the chest.
- Strengthens the muscles between upper spine and shoulder blades.
- Strengthens the shoulder muscles.
- Strengthens the lower back muscles.
- Stretches the hamstrings and glutes.