Stretch your way to stronger muscles by doing the Downward Dog with Twist!
Improve your hips and spine flexibility by doing the Downward Dog with Twist! This yoga pose adds more intensity to the Downward-Facing Dog position by training you to reach your ankles. It’s a great move that will also practice your concentration and improve your balance. Beginners might find this a bit more challenging. Just be patient; it just takes time until you can do it.
This great yoga move also helps stimulate blood flow in your body. It relieves stress and even helps ease headaches, fatigue and back pain. It also supports immune health by helping rejuvenate and energize your nervous system. This move even helps relieve menstrual discomfort and helps ease poor digestion.
To try this yoga pose, just follow these steps.
How to Do the Downward Dog with Twist
- Begin with the Downward-Facing Dog position. Your hands should be planted on the floor.
- Take your right arm and reach inward for your left ankle. Hold this position and take deep breaths.
- Return to the original position for a few seconds.
- Take your left arm and reach inward for your right ankle. Hold this position and take deep breaths.
Challenge yourself and try this yoga move today!