Gomukhasana or Cow Face Pose
Gomukhasana is a situated yoga act that stretches a few pieces of the body all the while, including the lower legs, thighs, hips, shoulders, chest, underarms, and triceps. The name originates from the Sanskrit go, signifying “cow,” Mukha, signifying “face,” and asana, signifying “present.”
Gomukhasana helps increment the adaptability of the back, guides in the treatment of sciatica, animates the kidneys and stretches the hips and thighs. This asana additionally animates the svadisthana chakra and the Anahata (heart) chakra. These chakras are the focuses of delight, happiness, love, and empathy, which make Gomukhasana a ground-breaking present.