"Wide-knee child’s pose is another great pre-bed pose," Allegra McBane Sanchez, a certified yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance, tells Romper. "It calms the mind and body and you use gravity to do the work so it doesn’t require any effort."

Perfect for beginners and experienced practitioners alike, Sanchez suggests the reclined spinal twist (lying on your back with your arms out in a "T" shape, knees bent and resting together on one side while you gaze over the opposite shoulder).
"Spinal twists are great for neutralizing the spine, cleansing the organs, and generally relieving any aches and pains in your back which lots of people have by the end of the day," says Sanchez.
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