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Child’s Pose (Balasana)
Instructions: Kneel on the floor and sit on your heels.
-Spread your knees about hip-width apart and have big toes touching.
-As you exhale, lay your torso in between your thighs and lengthen the spine from the tailbone all the way to the base of the skull.
-With the pams facing down on the mat, extend the arms forward while releasing the front of shoulders towards the floor. Return to kneeling position with an inhalation.
-Keep in mind that child’s pose is a resting pose.
-Be mindful of your inhalation and exhalation. Adopt long active exhalation and deep passion inhalation.
Note: If you find it challenging to sit on the heels, fold up a blanket/mat and place it in between the upper thighs and calves.
There are many benefits to Child’s Pose. It’s one of the best poses to rest in during an intense Yoga class.
-Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and fatigue
-Stretches arms, thighs, hips and ankles
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