Cowherd Pose (Gorakshasana)

In Sanskrit, go means cow, raksha means protector, and asana means pose. The pose is most well-liked for meditation. The name of this yoga is related to Lord Shiva, as he's known as the lord of cattle and further as the lord of meditation. If you are having problems with your foot or leg joints, and knee pain stay away from doing cowherd pose. Gorakshasana should not be performed by those who suffer from sciatica or other lower spinal problems. 

Cowherd Pose

Beginner’s Tip

It is dangerous for a beginner to master this posture. Till one gets mastery, one could form a neater version that is comparable to Baddha Konasana. In the easier version, rather than keeping the feet vertical, one could place them horizontally by inserting the heels beneath the region.

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Sit on the ground in a staff pose. Fold your legs and carry them with your hands. The soles of each foot ought to be touching one another.
2 - Place each of your hands on the ground and lift your buttocks up. Sit up high off your feet. Place your hands on your knees.
3 - Maintain a straight trunk, head, and neck. As long as you can, continue to sit in this position.

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The Advantages of the Cowherd Pose

1 - Strengthening your body's foot ligaments and muscles
2 - It makes your legs and feet extremely flexible in your body.
3 - Improves your body's concentration.
4 - A method of balancing that involves keeping your spine and thighs straight in your body.
5 - Massage your internal abdominal organs to help speed up digestion.

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