Follow these 4 simple tips to make sure you’re doing Warrior II Pose correctly.
When you’re in a fast-paced yoga workout, you’re moving, you’re sweating, you’re breathing, and it can be hard to focus on making sure your form is perfect.
Although of course everyone is at different levels in their yoga practice, perfect form is important for receiving the full benefits of each pose (and preventing injury) – no matter what modifications you need to use. Even if you’re a complete beginner so you aren’t taking a certain pose to its full extension, you still should be able to practice good form throughout your version of the exercise.
This quick video demos some common problems with Warrior II Pose, and how to correct them, so that next time you are in a fast-moving yoga class, you can just think about these 4 simple adjustments to make sure you’re doing it right!