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3 ways to practise downward dog

I'm all about happiness this month - and this is one of my happy yoga poses!

Downward dog can help to strengthen your upper body, open the backs of your legs, and elongate your spine. It can be super active, or it can be a lovely place to come and relax. And what's extra great is that there are lots of different ways to practise - with or without props. Using a chair helps if you have tight hamstrings. And go to the wall if you want to take the weight out of your wrists and protect your lower back.

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