Whenever you see someone in down dog in a photo, this is always with a straight line for the legs piked into another straight line for the arms/shoulders. My current instructor does not agree that this is the best position for down dog siting that she knows folks who have had injuries due to this. She has us shift our weight more over our arms so the resulting alignment does not look like a "V" ( or a dog for that matter)
Could you comment on how this is done in your classes or anyone you know who has sustained an injury?
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