Learn how to do downward facing frog for use in SFP Curing Yoga routines. You also use it in the yoga cool-down and stretch routine.
Use downward facing frog for improving flexibility, weight loss, and more.
It a good idea to learn how to do hero pose before learning the downward frog pose.
Note: Avoid doing downward facing frog if you have a knee, hip, and/or leg injury.
The information in this post is from the book Curing Yoga by Aventuras De Viaje.
How to do Downward Facing Frog
From hero pose, spread your knees as wide as you can without hurting yourself. Align your feet so that they are behind your knees, i.e. right foot behind right knee and left foot behind left knee.
Turn your feet outwards so your toes are facing away from your body.
Place your elbows, forearms, and palms flat on the floor.
Exhale as you push your hips back.
When ready bring your hips forward and place your palms under your shoulders to adopt table pose.
LEARN MORE about how to heal yourself with yoga poses in the book Curing Yoga by Aventuras De Viaje.
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