Downward-Facing Dog Reboot is the quintessential yoga pose.
You’ll find a variation of this standard yoga posture, or asana, in almost all yoga classes. For many practitioners, Downward Dog can be a difficult pose to hold! Downward-Facing Dog pose can put a lot of pressure on the hands, wrists, upper back, and core muscles.
Whether you’re brand new to yoga or you’ve been practicing for years, this pose can cause some pain, pinching, or tension in your wrists. Bigger bodied yoga practitioners may also experience pressure or discomfort in the face or neck when spending time in Downward-Facing Dog.
In the Downward-Facing Dog Reboot video, you’ll gain insights into making this yoga pose fit your body.
Discover modifications and adjustments to make Downward Dog more accessible, comfortable, and sustainable. You’ll also learn a number of different variations of Downward-Facing Dog that still provides all of the same strength-building benefits as the traditional variation.
Let go of the idea of changing your body to fit the pose! Grab two sturdy yoga blocks before getting started. Then, set aside 7 to 10 minutes to follow along with the video below.