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Forearm Downward-Facing Dog: Find Your Equilibrium

Weight-bearing inversions allow us to strengthen and redistribute energy to the upper body, which is often underutilized in our daily lives. In this short tutorial, Sandra Anderson guides us through the forearm downward-facing dog pose, and she shares key actions for optimizing its benefits.

Format: Video with audio download
Length: 5 mins

About the Teacher

Sandra Anderson

Senior faculty at the Himalayan Institute, Sandy teaches yoga, meditation, and philosophy, and is a key instructor in the Institute's teacher training programs. She is the coauthor of the award-winning book, Yoga Mastering the Basics, and a frequent contributor to the Himalayan Institute's online Wisdom Library. Her work draws on her immersion in the living oral tradition, traditional texts of hatha yoga and tantra, training in Sanskrit, and her background in environmental science. A long-time resident at the Himalayan Institute with a diverse background and life experience, Sandy has a unique capacity to convey the richness of spiritual life in the contemporary world.

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