Warrior III variations, like these five, are super fun. I’ve put them together into a flow so that you can practice them in a sequence. They train balance, focus and concentration, open up the hips, stretch the calves and hamstrings and are great for taking your mind off any worries and preoccupations.
“Where focus goes, energy flows.” Tony Robbins
Advanced balancing poses like these Warrior III variations are great for focusing the mind. It’s almost impossible to think about anything else when you’re balanced on one leg with your arms tied in a knot. The best way to stay upright is to find a spot that isn’t moving to focus on and then do your best to stay as still as you can. Try also to make the transition between the postures, smooth and graceful. If it’s a struggle to reach the mat, you may find it helpful to have a block on hand, especially for Revolved Balancing Half Moon. You’ll find lots of free tutorials for poses like these in the Pose Library.
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