Cool Fox Breath teaches students how the fox uses breath to cool down. It emphasizes the exhalation and therefore results in an effective out breath. It engages the diaphragm, releases toxins from the back of the throat and stimulates the endocrine system. Downward Facing Fox lengthens the muscles and bones of the entire back body, strengthens the limbs, engages the core and flexes the hip and shoulder joints. Resting Fox Pose lengthens the spine and the muscles in the back. It also creates a deep flexion in the knees and hips. The digestive organs are stimulated through the compression between the belly and the thighs.