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9.09.2014

#EveryBodyYoga Day 10 - Child's Pose

Day Ten of the
#EveryBodyYoga Challenge

Child's Pose - EveryBodyYoga Challenge
Child's Pose


Today's a totally different feel than yesterday, a much more relaxed pose that I truly think ANYONE can get into. It's a very comforting, calming pose. I use this pose to rest in between challenging poses, actually when I come out of any inversion I hang out in Child's pose for a little bit so I thought it was fitting to follow our inversions with this fantastic pose. Child's pose has many simple benefits including the stretch it offers the hips, thighs, and ankles while it helps to calm the brain and helps to relieve stress and fatigue. Child's pose also relieves back and neck pain when done with head and torso support. As you can tell, it's a very comforting pose. Chill out today and enjoy the calm pose for a little longer than you normally would.


Child's Pose - EveryBodyYoga Challenge

It's another self-explanatory pose but you can get into this pose from hands and knees, untuck your toes and lower your hips back on to your heels. With knees apart or together, lie your body on your thighs and rest your forehead on the ground. Arms can be straight forward or reaching behind you.

 

Namaste.
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