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Downward Facing Dog: FeetUp Yoga Basics for Adho Mukha Svanasana
Downward Facing Dog is a dynamic pose that is both inverted and grounded at the same time. Here are a few tips on how to explore Adho Mukha Svasana using your FeetUp Trainer.
How to Avoid Cervical Compression and the Dangers of Headstand
Did you know the average human head weighs about 10 pounds? When it comes to practicing inversions, it's important to use your head to make the right decisions, not for supporting your bodyweight!