Day 2 of the #wildlove30days yoga challenge!
As strong posture that builds strength within the upper body, its lengthens the arms, legs and side body and is also a happy and healthy inversion. This posture can be found as a pausing place to tune back into the breath and also the halfway point for many sequence classes.
Downward Facing Dog - Adho Mukha Svanasana
1. Starting in a table top position, wrists under the shoulders and knees under the hips. Spread the fingers wide and allow the collar bones to lengthen. Tuck the toes under and gently press the heels back.
2. Press the floor away and allowing the shoulders to remain open take an inhale! On your next exhalation press the hands into the mat, press through the heels to lift the tail bone towards the ceiling/sky.