Hi there, I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga Seattle talking today about relaxing Yoga poses for kids. So to start out we're gonna start out with the supported child's pose. So if you have a few pillows at home that will do. I have a couple blocks in a blanket. So we're gonna bring our big toes together and open the knees nice and comfortably as you sit back onto the heels. I'm gonna take this block maybe even 2 depending on the height that you like and I'm gonna take our blanket and just place it on top so we have some place to go here and as you come down you just want to kind of even hug. You can let the top of your head hang off of the pillow and the blanket that you have and just come to relax there for several breaths really concentrating on the breath so that's what's gonna start the relaxation and that's a quite internal pose so your head is even facing down so you can really start to listen and feel the breath even by pressing onto the pillows or the blanket. So the next thing I'm gonna have us do is come to a Badha Konasana so come to the back and just come to relax the back down as you bring the soles of the feet together and let the knees splay open. So from there you're just gonna bring a hand on the heart and a hand on the belly and as they come to relax down start to close the eyes and we're gonna breath with the knees so as you inhale you're just gonna lift the knees just a little and as you exhale you're gonna try to relax them down. So it just adds a little bit of movement but they're just concentrating on the breath still so that's a really helpful tool to just really be able to heavy yourself and relax in the pose. You can also feel the hands rise and fall with the breath so those are a couple of tools just in that pose to help you listen to the breath and relax and the last thing I'm gonna have us do is just legs up the wall. So you're just literally gonna come to scooch your position up to a wall and your legs will be straight. From there you want to plant the palms open along the side of the body and just come to relax there for several breaths. You want to even have maybe a pillow or a blanket on top to feel the weight of that blanket on you as you take your long inhales and exhales, maybe their favorite pillow to start to relax with or maybe a blankie of theirs and then just take long inhales and exhales. It's a nice inversion with the legs up the wall, it's of a nice calming pose and then the palms open just lets the shoulders roll back, lets the heart open so they can freely open up with the breath. So those were some relaxing Yoga poses for kids, I hope you found they were helpful. I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga Seattle. Thanks.