Downward Facing Dog is one of the most common poses you'll find in a yoga class, but if you're bored with the basic version with both hands and feet on the mat, try these variations. You can add them in when you're doing Down Dog in your next yoga class, or breathe through all seven in a row when doing yoga at home. Aside from adding a little fun to your practice, throwing these poses into your sequence will also help to strengthen your arms, core, butt, and legs more effectively.
Tone It Up by Mixing It Up: 11 Down Dog Variations
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