Child’s pose

Always inhale and exhale slowly and evenly through the nostrils, using the breath to allow you to move into the poses comfortably. If you take medication for any long-term health condition, please check with your GP before changing your exercise routine

A lovely relaxing pose when you need a rest.

Sit in a kneeling position, opening the knees to the width of mat, tops of feet on mat with big toes touching.

Fold forward and rest your head on the mat.

Sit back on heels.

Stretch arms out along the mat in front of you; shoulder blades edging down towards waist.

If the bottom doesn’t reach heels easily, place a block or blanket on top of heels to bridge the gap.

Similarly, do this if the head doesn’t reach the mat.

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