Downward Dog Pyramid: This pose also seemed like it would be difficult to be the top Downward Dog due to my weight, but I knew I would make a solid base (And we all know … It’s all about that bass). This pose could technically grow upward to three or four tiers if you have enough space and ceiling height.
To get into this pose: Partner A gets into a downward dog pose. Partner B gets into a downward dog pose with their finger tips touching Partner A’s finger tips. Partner C then stands between Partners A and B and places their hands on Partner A’s hips. Partner C then lifts one knee gently to Partner B’s back, and then slowly lifts their other leg to join the first leg. Partner C then tucks their toes on Partner B’s hips and lifts up to their own downward dog pose.