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Cow Face


Hip Opening: As you sit and cross the legs, the outer thighs and gluteal muscles of the hip lengthen, helping to improve flexibility and range of motion in the hips. Shoulder Mobility: This pose involves crossing one arm behind the back and reaching the other arm over the shoulder. It provides a stretch to the shoulder girdle, chest, and upper arms, promoting improved shoulder mobility and flexibility. Regular practice of Cow Face Pose can help relieve tension in the shoulders and release tightness in the upper body. Spinal Alignment: Cow Face Pose helps to lengthen and align the spine. The sitting position and the position of the arms create a gentle traction effect on the spine, encouraging better posture and spinal health. It can be particularly beneficial for individuals who spend long hours sitting or have sedentary lifestyles. Therapeutic for Ailments: Cow Face Pose is known to have therapeutic benefits for certain ailments. It can be beneficial for individuals with sciatica, mild back pain, or shoulder stiffness. Regular practice can help alleviate these conditions and provide relief.






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