This asana focuses on your hips and your shoulders – two of the most widely recognized destinations for unending agony and pressure in the body. On the off chance that you have tight shoulders, day by day routine of Cow Face can be somewhat agonizing at first – at the same time, following a while, it can be exceptionally restorative (kind of like discharging a weight valve). It can likewise fundamentally build scope of movement in your shoulder joints.
How to do Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose):
- Begin staring you in the face and knees in table position, then cross the right leg before the left, and walk both lower legs out to the side dividers. Gradually walk the hands to the highest points of the feet or lower legs.
- Utilize your arms to bolster you as you gradually let the hips down to the floor or to your heels.
- Achieve your left fingers between the shoulder bones, and achieve your right hand around the back to get a handle on the left fingers. Delicately pull the arms towards each other. Stay here or breathe out and bring down the temple to the knees or the distance to the floor.
- Inhale profoundly and hold 3-8 breaths.
- To discharge: Release the arms and gradually breathe in the head and middle up. Walk the hands forward returning into the table position.
- Rehash other side.
Precaution: Those are having serious neck or shoulder problems should avoid this Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose)
Health Benefits of Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose):
- Stretches the ankles, hips and thighs
- Opens the hips
- Releases lower back.
- Opens the chests Improves posture
- Strengthens abdominals and Spine.