Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Barking Buddha Doga Tip of The Week

Flying Dog (tm). This pose is good for the core and your arms. Be mindful of your shoulder joint by squeezing the shoulder blades together before entering the pose. Also tuck your tailbone before going into the pose. This is also a good pose to develop trust between you and your dogi. Your little dogi may jump off at first, but will soon learn that he is safe when you move up into the pose. Your large dogi will learn to rest under your legs.

Floating Dog (tm). Gus always presses on the front of my legs during this pose, making it an extra work out and a good core strengthener. You can also rest your hands on your large dogi, so you maintain a physical and energetic connection to her during the pose. Lift your feet off the ground for an even tougher tummy toner.


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