TADASANA WITH URD­HVA MUKHA SVANASANA ARMS

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Moun­tain Pose with Up­ward-Fac­ing Dog Pose Arms Hold your Tadasana shoul­ders and wrist ex­ten­sion as you re­lease your fore­arms to your sides. Your arms should form a straight line that is per­pen­dic­u­lar to the floor. Con­tinue to draw the heads of your up­per arms back­ward. This is your Up Dog arm po­si­tion; you are still main­tain­ing Tadasana shoul­ders. In other words, Tadasana shoul­ders are also Up Dog and Chat­u­ranga shoul­ders. Pre­serv­ing the in­tegrity of this align­ment is key to main­tain­ing healthy shoul­ders in a vinyasa prac­tice.

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