Ground The Flavor of Your Pose: Upward-Facing Dog with Caley Alyssa If your favorite yoga pose was a flavor, what would it be? Caley Alyssa breaks down the deceptively difficult Upward-Facing Dog for us here. By Lisette Cheresson Presented by The surprising complexity of something seemingly simple is just one added benefit of a yoga practice. Beloved teacher Caley Alyssa breaks down Upward-Facing Dog for us here. A common pose that’s ubiquitous in modern Vinyasa and Hatha classes, Upward-Facing Dog is a deceptively difficult shoulder and chest strengthener. Keeping the legs lifted can be challenging—keep a blanket under the thighs in order to keep from collapsing in the low back. Similarly, place blocks under the palms to keep from hunching the shoulders. Though you may not immediately understand what the whimsically-named pamplemousse is all about, just like Upward-Facing Dog, chances are you’ve come across it. What are your favorite simple but challenging poses? Presented by LaCroixLaCroix® Sparkling Water, a healthy-for-you, effervescent beverage, is a consumer-favored brand that emphasizes health and wellness. In addition to being a naturally-essenced product, LaCroix’s 21 delectable delights have 0-calories, 0-sweeteners and 0-sodium. Enjoy LaCroix, a delicious, healthier beverage for you and your lifestyle!