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The Wind Removing Pose or Pavanamuktasana is a yoga pose in which the body is positioned in a supine position. Everyone, despite whether she or he’s a novice or advanced specialist, can exercise this position. The Pavanamuktasana (Wind Removing Pose) massages the organs of the abdominal areas and also relieves stress that happens in the location of the tummy and lower back.

Start off in the supine position with your back on the floor. Inhale deeply and bring one knee to your chest. Wrap your arms around your knee as your fold it in and clasp your fingers together. You can either interlock your fingers or hold the elbows of the opposite arm.

Simultaneously, exhale, lift your head, and bring your chin towards your chest. Your tailbone and lesser back should be pressed to the ground. Effort to touch your forehead to your knee. You need to feel the stretch along the length of your body from your legs to your back.

Take a deep breath and hold this position for four to 8 breaths. Your breathing should be deep from the tummy, so that the belly presses against the thighs when you breathe in.
On an exhale, gradually return your head back on to the flooring and align your legs.

The triangle pose

Step 1: Stand straight, with both your feet firmly grown on the ground and the balls of your feet resting on the floor.

Step 2: Raise your arms above your head and extend your whole body upwards.

Step 3: Exhale deeply and leap slightly to push your feet apart by about 4 feet. Raise both your arms parallel to the floor and bring them to your sides. Keep your palms down.

Step 4: Turn your left foot a bit to the right and bend your right foot to about 90 degrees. Align both your left and right heels. Company up your thighs, keeping the right knee in line with the right ankle. You’re now in position to start the stretch.

Step 5: Exhale and turn slightly towards your right, extending your torso as you do so. Begin flexing from the hip joint and plant your left leg firmly for some support. Turn your upper body slightly towards the left, extend your tailbone, and feel it extending to the back heel.

Step 6: Without distorting your position, particularly on the sides of the torso, stretch your right hand and rest it on your ankle. If you can not reach your ankle, attempt resting it on the shin, or the floor beside your right foot.

Step 7: Stretch the left arm to the ceiling, keeping the hand in line with the top of your shoulders. Keep your head in a neutral position. Hold the position for at least 30 seconds to a 1 minute. Reverse the feet and repeat the position for the opposite.