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Child’s Pose Benefits:

  • A healing, restful pose – beneficial any time a break is needed
  • It gently stretches the spine and is always a nice counterpose for backbends
  • Gentle compression of the stomach and chest benefits the organs of digestion
  • Psychologically soothing when feeling cold, anxious, or vulnerable
  • It can relieve back and neck pain when the head is supported
  • If the knees are relatively close together, rocking gently side to side can help stimulate the flow of blood and lymph fluids in the upper chest and breast tissues.


  • If you have diarrhea or are pregnant
  • It can be uncomfortable just after eating
  • If knee issues exist, you may need to place a towel or blanket between the thighs and calves or avoid the pose altogether.
  • To reduce discomfort on the tops of the feet, you may need a blanket or other padding under the ankles.

Getting Into Child’s Pose:

  • Begin by sitting on your heels and then slowly fold forward, bringing your chest to your thighs and your forehead to the earth.

Alternatives & Options:

  • It can be done with arms stretched forward, which may avoid placing too much pressure on the neck (this reduces shoulder relaxation).
  • If you cannot reach your buttocks to your heels, your head will be very heavy. Support the neck by placing the forehead on your hands or on a bolster.
  • Allow the knees to be as close together as is comfortable, but they do not have to touch. If there is any uncomfortable pinching in the lower belly and tops of the front hips, separate the knees wider.
  • You can prepare for the Frog Pose by spreading the knees farther apart halfway through the pose while continuing to sit on the heels.
  • Many students love to place a bolster under their chest.

Coming Out of Child’s Pose:

  • Use your hands to push the floor away and slowly roll up.

Counter poses:

  • A counterpose is not generally needed after this pose.

Meridians & Organs Affected By Child’s Pose:

  • The Spleen and Stomach meridians are compressed, while the Kidneys and Urinary Bladder meridians are stretched.

Joints Affected:

  • The spine and ankle.

Recommended Hold Times:

  • As long as you want
  • If used as a counterpose, hold for up to one minute.
  • Hold for three to five minutes if used as a yin pose on its own. Five minutes may be too long if you cannot get your head to the floor.

Similar Yang Asanas:

  • Balasana or Garbhasana

Other Child’s Pose Notes:

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