Reverse Warrior Pose (Viparita Virabhadrasana)

Reverse Warrior: It’s the fifth and last pose of the warrior pose series. It's a backbend and forward bend pose. The pose helps to strengthen and stretch your legs, hips, and groins. This increases blood flow throughout your body and relieves low back pain. Avoid this pose if you have high blood pressure, or neck and shoulder injuries.

Reverse Warrior Pose

Beginners’ Tips

Pay attention to creating the position from the ground up. Utilize the solidity of your foot's four corners to distribute your weight evenly while seeking lightness in your spine.

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Begin in Warrior 2 pose, with your right knee bent and your right hand's palm facing the ceiling.
2 - Inhale, raise your right arm up towards the ceiling, lower the left hand and slide it down to your left leg. Keep length on both sides of your waist.
3 - Back shoulder blades should be strong, and lower ribs should be knitted in. Engage your core muscles and lift your chest up. Gaze at your back foot or at your raised hand. Hold this position for five breaths, then repeat on the other side.

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The Advantages of the Reverse Warrior

1 - It strengthens your legs, ankles, and back.
2 - Improves spinal mobility and balance.
3 - Encourages circulation and respiration.
4 - Energizes your entire body.
5 - Improves focus and stability. 

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