What it is: One of the most basic postures in yoga, this pose can be easily done anywhere, including seated in a chair. It’s great to use to re-center your classroom after a class change or in between subjects.
Why we love it: Even people who have never been to a yoga class will be able to get in and out of this pose with ease. It helps relieve stress while stretching the hamstrings, calves and hips, while also aiding in digestion and relieving headaches and anxiety.
How to do it:
There are several videos for different age levels on the AmaZEN U website with Rag Doll and Forward Fold 1 or Rag Doll and Forward Fold 2 poses. A monthly subscription is only $5 – and your first month is free!
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