- Strengthens the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, back, hips, legs and feet.
- Stretches the lats, shoulders, abs, hamstrings and calves.
- Improves spinal mobility.
Start in Downward Dog.
Bring your left palm to the centre of the mat and reach your right hand back to your left thigh, calf or ankle. You can bend your knees as much as you need to to feel the twist in your upper body. Look up, twist and press your left palm firmly into the mat.
Hold the pose for 3-5 breaths on each side.
- Avoid Revolved Downward Dog if you have a wrist, shoulder or back injury.