This pose is a full-body practice that tones your core, arms, and legs. Energetically, this shape offers grounding, strengthening, and an opportunity for deep focus. It’s the perfect way to prepare the body for a full day of practicing dentistry. After all, it’s our core that holds us in the shapes we need to take in order to perform our work.
This cat-cow variation is great for loosening up a stiff upper and lower back after a long day of dentistry.
Prone Back and Shoulder Stretch with Yoga Block. Yoga for Dentists.
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