This pose is one of the most commonly performed moves in yoga. It's also known as Adho Mukha Svanasana; the pose resembles an upside down letter V.
"Hands should be shoulder-width apart with equal spacing between your fingers. Keeping your feet hips width apart while channeling most of your energy into your hands by pushing the floor away from you while engaging your shoulders and upper body. Avoid arching and rounding of your back to obtain perfect positioning. This can easily be achieved by most and can always be modified until you can get your heels to reach the floor," says Murdock.
This move is ideal for stand up "fun" vs. your traditional ahem...doggy position.