Yoga Pose of the Week: Child's Pose
1. Kneel on the floor with big toes touching and knees about hip-width apart. Sit on your heels.
2. Lay your torso between the thighs and bring your forehead to the mat. Extend arms straight in front of you, palms on the floor. Close your eyes and breathe deeply. Stay here for at least one minute.
Why it is good for you
This go-to rest pose opens hips and relieves low back tightness.
Sheena Temple has been a certified personal trainer for over four years and is the owner of High Desert Fitness. It's her vision to provide a comfortable environment for clients to train and improve their overall health and wellness.