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Vishnu's Repose

Find inner poise in Anantasana, a pose dedicated to the deity said to preserve and sustain the universe.

By Jennifer Rodrigue, sequence by Elise Browning Miller

Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose)

Come onto all fours and bring your hands to one hand's distance in front of your shoulders. Press down with your inner palms, externally rotate your upper arms, and lift your pelvis up and back. Press your shoulder blades onto your back and your chest toward your legs. Take 8 breaths. Feel your mind quieting.

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September 2010

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