Reclining Big Toe pose stretches the hips, hamstrings, calves, and groin, relieving symptoms of sciatica and easing back pain. It strengthens the knees and can be beneficial in improving digestion.
In this modified version of the pose, placing a block under the sacrum lifts the hips, which can add extra difficulty by making the leg longer, but also eases the shoulders in this posture.
Reclining Big Toe Pose with a Block: How to Do it Step-by-Step
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