Modified Cow’s Face Pose
Not to be confused with cow’s pose, in this pose, knees are stacked on top of one another and hands are clasped behind your back – which means you’ll get a great deep hip stretch.
“The modified cow’s face pose is a great passive stretch to the external hip rotators,” says Visram. If you find this stretch too deep, you can always modify to make it a little easier. “The modified pose has one leg outstretched rather than crossed over.”