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-Stiff hips and low back muscles can make it hard to lower your buttocks towards your heels
-Tight ankles can make it difficult to lay the tops of your feet flat on the floor in a weight bearing position
-A keyed up nervous system and stress response might make it very hard to be still for any length of time (i.e. you should be “doing something!” right?)
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-calming of the nervous system, which relieves stress and fatigue
-relief of tension to the back and neck musculature (especially in a supported version using blankets/bolsters)
-relief for insomnia
-a gentle circulatory enhancement to the brain/scalp (because the head is slightly lower than the heart)
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1. Kneel on the floor (ideally a carpeted surface or on a mat) with the tops of your feet on the floor. Your big toes are touching.
2. Separate your knees (a lot, or a little based on your preference and comfort)
3. Exhale and bring your torso towards your thighs with your forehead to the floor.
4. Gently tuck your chin to allow the back or your neck to lengthen.
5. Rest here while you breathe. This is an especially great position to be aware of your rib cage expanding on the inhale, and relaxing on the exhale.
6. After a minute or so, lengthen the front of your torso to come up slowly.
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Here are some ideas: a rolled blanket between your buttocks and ankles can be very comfortable -especially, if like me, there is a gap between them. With every exhale, allow you back-body, hips and glutes to “settle down” towards the ankles. If you hang out here for a minute or so you will find that your hips have calmed down considerably.
Wider apart knees also allow your torso to fold more thoroughly towards the floor.
B. Arms out-stretched
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D. Office Child
It’s easier if you sit at the very edge of the seat and allow your legs to be wide.
Let your head be completely heavy to allow the neck to relax. The shoulders, arms and hands are also allowed to be like a ragdoll. It’s especially challenging to get the neck relax. Even in the photo, I can now observe that my neck is still a little extended. If I could go back in time, I’d drop my head completely and the back of my neck would feel even better!
Hope you enjoy these postures in good health, please contact me at therapy lounge if I can help you with any questions about them.