This asana is also called Setu Bandhasana (closed bridge pose) or Dvipada Pitham (table with two legs).
Improves the strength and blood supply to the joints like the ankles, knees, hips, lumber region, cervical region and shoulders.
This asana stretches several parts of the body simultaneously, including ankles, thighs, hips, chest, neck, arms and hands.
Trikonasana is usually performed in two parts, facing left, and then facing right.
From a seated position, one heel is brought to the groin area (perineum), then the opposite ankle placed over the first leg with the toes and heel of the second foot resting in the fold made between the thigh and calf of the first leg beneath it
This is a balance asana that strengthens the legs. It also is a full body stretch which engages the shoulders, chest and abdomen, strengthens the thigh and calf muscles, knees and ankles, hips and spine, and develops concentration and grace
From a prone position with palms and legs on the floor, the chest is lifted