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Here Is What You Should Do For Your Best Yoga Poses to Release Gas:

Cobra pose: One of the best yoga poses to release gas is the cobra pose. This back-bending pose is known to release gas from the stomach. 

Lie face down on your stomach and press your hands into the mat. While pushing into them, lifting your chest off of the floor while keeping your hips in contact with the ground.

Be aware that this yoga posture should not be done if you have a herniated disc or are experiencing any back pain.

Cobra pose

Legs up the wall pose: This is an intense inversion that can pay off big time if you’ve eaten too much, limiting your yoga practice to late-night sessions only. 

Prop yourself close to a wall, with your bottom almost touching it. Then walk your feet up the wall, one at a time. Slowly swing your legs up the wall and lay them flat against it. 

Lie here for 10-15 minutes without moving, allowing all the blood in your body to rush towards your head.

Legs up the wall pose

Boat pose: This core strengthener will also help massage your internal organs, helping gas leave faster than when you arrived. 

Sit on the floor with your legs bent in front of you. Reach back and grab your heels or ankles, straightening your body to form a V shape.

Boat pose

Hero pose: This calming seated posture opens up the hips, which are often constricted when you spend too much time sitting down. 

Sit with both legs extended in front of you. Fold over your left leg, stacking your left shin on top of your right. 

Reach back and grab the top of your foot with your right hand and let it hang. Then slowly twist open towards the sky. Hold for up to 30 seconds and then switch legs.

Hero pose

Wind-relieving pose: This seated posture is a gentle low back opener that will help release trapped gas in your stomach. 

While sitting up tall, fold over your legs and reach as far as you can towards your feet without rounding your back.

Wind-relieving pose

Legs on chair pose: This is a gentle stretch that will help constipated yogis comfortably release their bowels. Begin by sitting with your butt touching the seat of a flat chair with your legs extended out in front of you. 

Fold over your left leg and grab onto the chair with both hands, stacking your left shin on top of your right as you reach as far as possible with your head towards the floor. Relax here for a few breaths before switching to the other side.

Legs on chair pose

Child’s pose: This calming yoga posture is great for stimulating the intestines and releasing gas. Come onto your hands and knees with your wrists beneath your shoulders and your knees beneath your hips. 

Keeping your arms straight, lower yourself to sit on your heels. Keep your forehead touching the floor while stretching out through your arms in front of you, chest lifted towards the sky, back slightly arched.

Child's pose

Triangle pose: This standing posture will stretch and strengthen your thighs, stimulating the digestive organs situated there. Step your feet wide apart and turn one foot outwards at a 45-degree angle while turning the other inwards at a 45-degree angle. Reach your arms out to either side and lengthen through your torso. Lean into your right leg as you reach through your fingertips.

 Hold for up to 30 seconds before switching sides.

Shoulder stand: This inversion is a great way to stimulate your digestive system

Triangle pose

 as blood rushes from the head down into the groin, groin, and legs. Lay on your back with your arms at your side, palms flat on the floor. 

Slowly roll your spine upwards one vertebra at a time until your shins are resting on the floor and you’re balancing on the back of your shoulders.

Be aware that this yoga posture should not be done if you have a herniated disc or are experiencing any back pain.

Shoulder stand

Pigeon pose: This intense stretch will stimulate your abdomen, helping gas escape. Start in a downward-facing dog before straightening your right leg forward and sinking the left knee down to rest on its side on the floor. 

Lower your chest towards the floor while keeping both legs straight, then slowly lean forward while lifting your hips until you feel a deep stretch in your hip flexor.

Hold for up to 30 seconds before switching sides.

Pigeon pose

Knees to chest: This yoga pose is a great way to relieve constipation as you gently massage your abdominal organs. Lay down on your back with both knees bent towards your chest. 

Wrap your arms around the back of your knees and hug them into your chest. Enjoy this gentle, calming stretch for a few breaths before releasing.

Knees to chest

Dancer’s pose: This standing yoga posture will help stimulate the abdomen and release gas. Begin by standing with your feet wide apart and turned out to a 45-degree angle. 

Bend your knees as you lean forwards, lowering your torso between your thighs as you lift your arms towards the sky. Slowly rise up as you lower your hands to touch the floor in front of you then lower them to your sides.

Hold for up to 30 seconds.

Dancer's pose

Knees into chest: This gentle, calming stretch will help release trapped gas and stimulate the kidneys and bladder. 

Lay on your back and bend both knees towards your chest, hugging them in with your arms.  Slowly lower your knees to the left, hovering over your left shoulder. Relax here for a few breaths before lowering both legs to the right.

Knees into chest

Laying twists: Although gentle, these yoga poses stimulate the intestines enough for gas in hard-to-reach places to come up and out. 

Lay on your back with your arms at your sides, palms down. Bend your knees and plant your feet flat on the floor, hip-width apart. Gently lower your knees to the left while keeping your back flat. Hold here for up to 30 seconds before repeating on the other side.

Laying twists

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