Child’s Pose or Child Resting Pose (Balasana)

Child’s pose is also called Balasana and is a child's resting pose. This pose is a very simple calming pose that you can do in bed too. It also stretches and strengthens the muscles of the hips, thighs, and ankles. Pregnant women and those who suffer from high blood pressure should avoid this exercise. This posture can be used as a resting pose during yoga practice after and before.

Child’s Pose

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Start in the Table Pose, inhale, and bring your forehead to the floor as well as your hips to your heels. Knees can be close together.
2 - The palms of the hands can be up or down, stacked behind the forehead, or held out in front of the body. The arms can also be held aloft with the palms on the ground.
3 - Actively press the tummy into the thigh while inhaling gently and deeply. 
4 - Hold this posture for 4 to 12 breaths. To release this posture, put your palms under your shoulders and slowly breathe your way up to a seated position.

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The Advantages of the Child’s Pose
1 - It's excellent for back pain sufferers because it stretches and relaxes the spine.
2 - Calms your mind, reducing anxiety, fatigue, and tension.
3 - Relax your chest, lower back, shoulders, and hamstring muscles.
4 - Improves blood circulation to the brain.
5 - Gently stretch your thighs, spine, ankles, and hips.

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