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Kalyasana[1] is an Asana. It is translated as Pose Dedicated to Goddess Kali from Sanskrit. It is also known as Utkata Konasana or Goddess Pose. The name of this pose comes from "Kali" referring to a Hindu Goddess, and "asana" meaning "posture" or "seat".


  1. It strengthens the leg muscles and glutes
  2. Promotes the sense of balance.


  • Be careful while doing this pose if balance is a concern or if you have any leg injuries.