Learn how to do low warrior pose for use in SFP Curing Yoga routines as well as in the yoga cool-down and stretch routine.
Low warrior pose is a basic yoga pose used in a number of SFP Curing Yoga sequences including to improve circulation, depression, self-esteem, respiratory ailments, sciatica, energy levels, flexibility, relaxation and weight loss.
Note: Avoid doing low warrior pose ifyou have an ankle, arm, hip, and/or shoulder injury.
The information in this post has been taken from the book Curing Yoga by Aventuras De Viaje.
How to do Low Warrior Pose
Step your right foot forward placing it in-between your hands. Your knee is directly over your ankle.
Ensure your left knee and left and right feet are firm with the ground and then place your hands on your right knee.
Straighten your arms and bring your torso back. Do not lock your elbows.
Relax your shoulders and stick your chest out by bringing your shoulder blades towards each other.
As you inhale raise your arms over your head with your palms facing each other and arch your back as you look up to the sky.
If this is difficult then you can keep your hands on your bent knee.
When ready exhale as you bring your palms back to the floor on either side of your right foot.
LEARN MORE yoga poses and how to heal yourself naturally with yoga in the book Curing Yoga by Aventuras De Viaje.
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