In Sanskrit the words trikona means triangle, so this posture is called as Trikonasana. In this Asana, it is important that you keep the lower back straight. Aside from that, remember that when you are twisting, the hips do not twist along. Otherwise, the right hand side becomes active and the lower back gets “locked up” as it were which results in tension in the lower back. Prevent this by actively tightening the left hand side and let it even help carry the position so that you can keep the hip in its place when twisting. This dynamism in your side also helps you to keep the dynamism in the hip active through the right leg as a result of which the hip is mobilized as much as possible
Stand straight with hands by the side.
Take two feet distance between two legs.
Lift hands towards each side (parallel line with shoulder)
Gradually twisting towards right side touch the toe of the left leg with fingers of the right hand lifting the left hand towards sky.
Look up towards left hand.
Retain this pose for some time then repeat on other side.
Trikonasana strengthen the legs, back of a person.
It stretches the groins, hamstrings, hips, and spine
also stimulates the kidneys as well as the abdominal region, neck muscles, alleviates backaches and neck pain.
Removes fat from the waist and thighs.
Helpful in constipation and indigestion.