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Childs pose (Balasana)

April 18, 2018

Type: Seated

Level: Beginner



Sit with legs bent underneath in a kneeled position. Bend the torso and arms out in front and rest the forhead on the mat.


Props & Assistance:

•Place a folded blanket between the back of your thighs and calves if you find it difficult to sit on your heels.

•Place a block or your palms under the forehead if you find it difficult to reach the mat.



•Arms in front

•Arms to sides

•Knees together / Knees wide


Preparatory poses:

A good resting pose before any asana


Follow up poses:

A good resting pose after any asana



•A good resting pose before or after any asana

•Gently stretches the hips, thighs, and ankles

•Calms the mind and helps relieve stress and fatigue




•Pregnancy (take legs wide)

•Knee injury

•If you are thinking of starting yoga and have a medical condition, it is advisable to check with your doctor.





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