Wind Relieving Pose (Pawanmuktasana)

The Wind-Relieving Pose may be an important pose for athletes to unharness lower back tension and stretch the hips. It’s an excellent one to observe once. Wind-Relieving Pose typically comes towards the end of a session, but is also observed at the beginning to open up your hip joints in preparation for deeper hip openers.

Wind Relieving Pose

Beginners’ Tips

You can move your right knee from right to left to unharness tension and tightness in your right hip. Conjointly observe this pose passively, using the load of your arms to unharness tension in your hips and pelvis. If you're feeling sore there, try putting it back into your lower back.


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 - While lying on your back, bring each knee into your chest. Holding onto the opposing elbows, forearms, wrists, or fingers, wrap the arms around the legs.
2 - Tuck your chin into your chest. Press the bone and tailbone down into the ground as you pull the knees into the chest and the arms.
3 - Push your shoulders and the back of your neck into the ground, attempting to bring your entire back and spine flat to the ground. Relax your legs and hips.
4 - Hold this pose for 4 to 8 breaths. To release the pose, exhale and release the arms and legs to the ground.


The Advantages of the Wind Relieving Pose

1 - It strengthens your back and abdominal muscles.
2 - Helps in digestion and unharnessing of gas in your body.
3 - Work on toning the muscles in your legs and arms.
4 - Assist in increasing blood circulation to your hip joints.
5 - The pose eases tension in your lower back.

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