Learn the proper alignment of Child’s Pose in this quick tip. You can return to Child’s Pose at any time during your flow to restore and recuperate – this is a great reset posture!
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Child’s Pose Instruction
This pose often starts practice and helps to begin a steady breath pattern, while stretching the side and back part of the torso.
Big toes touch at the back of the mat
Knees wide to the width of the mat
Hips reach back towards the heels
Forehead rests on the mat
Arms reach forward, hands shoulder width apart
Press palms into the mat to engage the arms.
Modification (for tight hips): Knees can be closer together if wide knees bring discomfort.
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