“Exhale, chatarunga,” might just be the most scrutinized cue in yoga. The transition from high to mid plank, on the way to updog and downdog, is widely considered by some to be unnecessary, dangerous and over-used. But what if they’re wrong?
Let’s talk about it.
Is chatarunga really that bad? Is it dangerous? Should we still use it as a transition? And does it have a place with athletes?
In this week’s blog we break it down and look at:
Learn how to practice the transition safely and to discern when it’s useful and when it’s not. Thanks so much for reading. Check out our options to practice and join us on the mat soon!