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Anti-Gravity Yoga: Downward Dog
Aerial downward dog
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Hello. Iím Christopher Harrison, and Iím here to teach you an Anti-Gravity Yoga technique, this move is called: The Extended Downward Dog. Itís to be done on a soft hammock.
Make sure, first of all, that itís set at the right level, so when you put your hands together and spread them to make a bar, you can put them directly below your hip bones.
From this position, you simply walk forward and lean into it, and allow the weight to naturally take you back, until youíre hanging from your hips.
You can bring your heals to your butt, and push all the way through your spine, extending, like you do in a Downward Dog.
You reverse the process to come back up.
Thatís called: the Extended Downward Dog. Iím Christopher Harrison, thatís an Anti-Gravity Yoga technique.