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Downward Facing Dog or Adho Mukha Svanasana – EasyFlexibility
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Downward Facing Dog or Adho Mukha Svanasana

Downward Facing Dog or Adho Mukha Svanasana is a very common yoga pose. Many styles of yoga use this pose to rest or connect to other asanas. This pose has a wide range of benefits. From calming the mind to relieving tension and mood swings. From improving digestion to relieving headaches. 

The difficulty of this pose lies in its compound nature. To do this pose correctly a large number of muscles need to lengthen:

  • From posterior chain of the lower body,
  • to downward rotators,
  • and retractors of the scapula,
  • to extensors of the shoulders,
  • to external rotators of the shoulders, etc.
  • If any of those are missed, the pose will be out of alignment.  

You can watch the anatomy breakdown here:

The Kinesiological Stretching Method for Downward Facing Dog

Fortunately kinesiological stretching techniques specialize in focusing on problematic muscles. Each one is taken apart and lengthened. Because the resistance is minimized, this is done very quickly.

Action vs action of the same muscle group, allow to avoid the pain of the stretch reflex. Once each muscle is lengthened, they are all put back together into a perfect Downward Facing Dog. 

Most people see a huge difference, in just one training session.  Get your Downward Facing Dog The Adho Mukha Svanasana Program Today! 

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