Warrior Pose 2 (Virabhadrasana II)

Warrior 2 Pose is the second pose of the warrior pose series. It's a very common and basic pose. Normally, beginners do this on their first attempt. It aligns your whole body. Avoid this pose if you have a spine or back injury, breathing problems, or lung problems.

Warrior Pose 2 / Virabhadrasana II

Beginners’ tip

Some instructors will instruct you to bring your front thigh parallel to the mat or bend your front knee to a 90-degree angle. This is not necessary. Instead, pay attention to whether your front knee has a tendency to tuck in toward the middle of the mat. To combat this, draw your knee toward the side of your foot that has the small toe.

 
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 - Stand on your mat to stretch your legs. Stretch your arms with your feet parallel to each other.
2 - Move your right foot and knee to the face of the mat. Move your left toes towards your right foot and line up your right heel with the left inner arch.
3 - Fold your right knee and cross your right ankle over. Then press your left thigh bone back while you release your tailbone.
4 - Keep the crown of your head stacked over your pelvis and keep your shoulders over your hips.
5 - Extend your arms to the front and back of the mat and look at your right fingertips. Hold for five to ten breaths.


The Advantages of the Warrior Pose 2:

1 - Open your shoulders and hips.
2 - Extend your thighs, chest, and groin.
3 - Improves leg, arm, and abdominal strength.
4 - Increases body balance and stability.
5 - The pose encourages good respiration and circulation.

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