This pose stretches your back in the opposite way of the Supported Fish Pose to help you feel completely loose and balanced as we come to the end of this sequence. This pose is more advanced, so don't worry if you can't touch your feet to the ground right now (I definitely can't).
- Begin lying flat on your back. Place your arms by your sides, palms facing down. Press firmly into your palms, bend your knees, and bring both legs over your head. If you can, straighten your knees and rest the tops of your toes on the ground.
- Interlace your fingers and gently rock your weight from side to side to bring your shoulder blades closer together. Keep your head and neck still.
- Stay here for 10 seconds and then slowly lower your hips to the floor, bending your knees into your chest.