Hi there. I'm Jackie, of Jackie's Yoga Seattle, today, talking about yoga for pain relief. So, sometimes, when you're feeling like you want some yoga to relieve little bit of pain, obviously, you're in pain but you just need a little something, there's a couple of poses I highly recommend. The first one is just a supported child's pose. So, either getting a couple of bolsters, a couple of pillows, maybe a blanket or two, and then set it up so you don't have to go too far, it should be really relaxing, not too much flexion here. So, as you bring the big toes together and open up the knees. You want to start to sit back towards the heels here and, if that's even too much flexion, you can bring a block or a blanket or a pillow underneath so you don't have to go so far, like so. So, from there, you're going to start to set it up, I have a couple of blocks here that I'm going to set up to make it a little taller. And, again, as I come forward, I'm just going to come to relax over. You want to spend a few breaths there, just taking your time to find that opening. And then, we're going to kind of go in the opposite direction, open the heart as well as the heads here. Then, coming to our back and to a supported baddha konasana, so we're going to bring the soles of the feet together and, again, if this is too much flexion, you can bring a couple of blocks, pillows, what have you, underneath so you don't feel like you're holding up so much, nothing's too tight. If this is okay, we're going to take that blanket or pillow and you're just going to try to set it up right behind your back. So, you're going to bring it right to your seat and it could be as high as you'd like it t be. What we're trying to do here is start to open the heart a little bit. So, you're going to bring it right to your seat, it could be a pillow or a blanket and as you roll back, you want to start to allow the heart to open by even letting the shoulders start to hang off that blanket. You're going to start open up the palms and maybe even a little wider here to start to open the heart even more. So, now, we're opening the whole front of the body as well as the hips and just take a few long rounds of breath there to try to release and relax. So those are some ideas for yoga for pain relief. I hope you found they were helpful. I'm Jackie, of Jackie's Yoga Seattle. Thanks.