It’s one of the most common yoga poses, which makes getting it right extra important. Check back in with your form this foundational pose.
Upward-Facing Dog (Urdhva Mukha Svanasana) is a powerful pose that awakens upper-body strength and offers a wonderful stretch for the chest and abdomen. It’s also one of the most common poses in vinyasa flow sequencing, which of course means it’s even more important to get it right to prevent injury. In general, it’s a good idea, for even experienced practitioners, to check back in once in a while with their form in foundational yoga poses like this one.
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