Hi, I'm Rachel Shuck, and these are some stretches for the quadratus lumborum. It's important to stretch this muscle out in order to reduce tightness and improve the range of motion in your lower back. For our first stretch, we're going to go into child's pose. Once you are down in child's pose, you're going to gently walk your hand as far to the right as you possibly can, hold for 30 seconds, breath deeply, gently walk your hands back to the middle, and then you're going to repeat the same thing on the left side. Do this as many times as you feel necessary until your back feels a little looser. So, that's one stretch for the quadratus lumborum. The other stretch we're going to do is you're going to need to find a table or something heavy that you can hang on to. You're going to get on all fours, going to take your right hand, reach it across your body, turn your palm out and grasp the leg of the table or whatever sturdy item you can find, and then feel that gently pull, the little stretch in the lower back. And, you'll repeat, and do the same thing on the other side. So, those are two stretches for the quadratus lumborum.