“This is great for your hips and opening the pelvis. That helps undo the damage done by sitting too much. It also strengthens the gluteus muscles,” says Katich.
To get into the bridge pose, start on your back with your knees bent and your heels about three inches from your butt. Keep your feet on the floor, hip-width apart and parallel. Inhale and lift your hips as high as you can toward the ceiling. If your shoulders aren’t too tight, interlace your fingers behind your back, or just hold the sides of your yoga mat.
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