• Advanced
  • Stretches the neck, shoulders, back, ribcage, knees and ankles.
  • Increases spinal mobility.
  • Improves breathing efficiency.
  • Kneel with your knees and feet together.
  • Bring your forehead to your knees and take hold of your heels with your thumbs on the outside and fingers on the inside.
  • Slowly lift your hips until your arms are straight.
  • Work towards bringing the crown of your head flat to the mat with your forehead is still in contact with your knees.
  • You can rest your head on a cushion if that’s more comfortable.
  • Pull on your feet to fully stretch your upper back and draw your shoulders away from your ears.
  • Hold the pose for 5-10 deep breaths, in and out through your nose.
  • Avoid this pose if you have a knee, neck, shoulder or back injury—especially if you have a lower back injury, as it involves full spinal flexion.

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