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Lions Roar : July 2009
Downward facing dog is a posture that I watch my five Sibe- rian huskies do many times a day. It’s a great pose that stretches the legs, lower back, and shoulders, as well as strengthening the shoulders and arms—all of which are essential for happy sit- ting. I love the posture, as it seems to clear the head and sinuses and put everything back into neutral. From standing, take a deep breath, exhale, and fold over, bending your knees and plac- ing your hands on the floor. Walk your feet back a yard or so, depending on how tall you are, to create an upside down V with your body. Place your hands flat on the floor about shoulder width apart, with the fingers spread out. Your feet should be the same distance apart as your hands, balanced between rolling in and rolling out. Spread your toes and press down on the heels, which probably won’t touch the floor. Push your torso back to- ward your legs. Drop the chin toward the chest, and pull in the belly and rib cage. Breathe. Beryl Bender Birch Downward Dog photoBYlAuRABeRlAnD