Pawanmuktasana With Modification
One can use a bolster to be placed below the neck if after lifting the balance is unstable. If one finds lying down for this pose causes uneasiness in breathing or around the neck, then a simple way to start with this pose is to be seated and fold the knees and bring it to the chest and balance the body .
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