Supported Fish Pose
Supported Fish pose is a great way to end your yoga sequence. Liza recommended it as a way to correct your posture and counteract neck soreness from bending over a phone or computer. "My students love this restorative pose," she told POPSUGAR. "It really opens the chest and shoulders and is so relaxing — a real tension reliever."
- Lie on your mat with your back flat on the floor. Place a block beneath your midback and another beneath your head.
- Bring your arms close to your sides, palms facing down. Keeping your butt on the floor, inhale as you arch your back, pressing your hands and forearms into the ground.
- Keeping your legs strong, hold for five breaths, then relax your back.