10-minute sequence that helps you release all the places you didn't even realize were tense

Sneaking in an evening yoga practice can be…challenging. Chances are you want to collapse and distract yourself from the day ahead

Balasana (Child’s Pose): Come onto your mat on your hands and knees. Separate your knees a little wider than your hips and draw your big toes together so that your legs look like a V

Cat and Cow (Marjaryasana and Bitilasana): Come back to your hands and knees and bring your wrists beneath your shoulders and your knees beneath your hips

Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose) From hands and knees, pause after your last inhale, walk your hands one hand print forward so your wrists are where your fingers were

(Uttanasana) Holding Opposite Elbows and Twisting: From Down Dog, walk your feet to the front of the mat. Remain in a forward bend. You can rest your fingertips on the floor or a block

Malasana (Squat): From Standing Forward Bend, come to a squat with your big toes touching and your knees wide apart or, if you prefer more of a stretch

Pigeon Pose: From Squat, straighten your legs and come into a Standing Forward Bend. Walk yourself back to Down Dog. Take your left knee forward to touch your inner left wrist