The common and seemingly simple pose of adho mukha svanasana, downward facing dog pose, is anything but simple. Often, it is treated as a resting pose and can tend to be taken for granted. Unleash and practice a sequence of dynamic downward dog variations, using props to access challenging poses that engage your hips, core and shoulder stabilizers. Stretch your hamstrings and calves as you strengthen your hip flexors and spinal extensors. Learn something new! Props Needed: Two blankets and two blocks.