Puppy Pose is an excellent yoga pose to open your shoulders, lengthen your spine, and ease pain in the lower back. I created a short “How To” video for Puppy Pose on YouTube, so you can start receiving these sweet benefits. Head to the channel, Yoga With Bri, and let’s start learning. 🤗 A written description of the pose can be found in the description beneath the video on YouTube and below here.
To do Puppy Pose: Come to your hands and knees. Stack your hips over your knees. Press your shins and tops of feet into the ground. Keep your hands shoulder distance apart and walk them forward until your forehead comes to the ground. If the shoulders aren’t as open, place a yoga block or large book under the forehead. Avoid letting your back arch and your belly/ribs thrust forward to the ground. Keep a long straight spine. Take 10+ breaths here for sweet benefits.
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Lots of love,