Downward Dog with a chair, as opposed to the traditional version on the floor, is great for keeping pressure off of the hands and keeping your wrists in a more neutral position. And what dental professional isn’t concerned about that?
Our hands, we can’t work without them, and yet, we often don’t pay much attention to them until they hurt! It’s important to remember that our hands go through a lot of repetitive motions in dentistry and in yoga. #yogafordentists #yoga #dentists
I recently posted about Reverse Prayer Pose and then received a request by someone in the Yoga for Dentists Private Facebook Group for modifications when shoulders are too tight to achieve the full expression of the pose. So here they are! Test out each “level” each day and see where you’re at. Some days youContinue reading “Reverse Prayer Pose Variations”