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Child’s Pose

Child's Pose

Child’s Pose

Bring your knees wide and your toes together to touch. Press your sit bones back to your heels and stretch your arms long in front of you. Feel the tops of your feet, your ankles and shins rooting down to the floor; root your palms and spread fingertips well. Breathe deeply through the nose, find a nice even pace to your breath and release your tongue from the roof of your mouth. Take an inventory of the body as you breathe, notice any areas that may feel tight (the inner thighs, the hips); send your breath there. Child’s pose is a wonderful restorative pose, it is calming and centering; Child’s Pose can be held for an extended period of time.

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