Ramesh Tarun Narine
Child’s Pose8 min
Placing the big toes together and the thighs wide, this position allows the thigh bones to rest in great ease (permitting the belly breath space). Alternatively, position the knees together (creating pressure in the abdomen). Arms may be above the head and in line with the ears, or folded back towards the hips. With the hands overhead, feel free to play with effort and ease (isometric contractions), creating greater space between the vertebrae of the spine. The spine returns to the way we left our mothers womb, inspiring the poses name. A very restorative and relaxing pose. Includes variations for injuries and hands on adjustments for teachers. Shoulders actually begin at the low back!