This is a balancing exercise that requires so much attention, strength and even a good amount of serenity. When the fluctuations of the disappearing mind are performed correctly and you experience a state of well-being. If you still do not know this asana, want to improve it or just find a simpler variant, read this guide because you will find all this information and much more.
Warrior I is a standing asana, so called in honor of a mythological Hindu hero, Virabhadra and it is one of the most popular yoga asana. It is the first of three versions and it is the first step during a warrior sequence.
This is one of the most important yoga asanas being a yoga foundation and we just can’t underrate its importance. This is a restorative posture we usually find in transitional vinyasa and it is the basis to perform other postures like one legged downward-facing dog, it is the starting point to perform warrior pose, high lunge and so much more. So, this is one of the most important posture for a beginner to start their journey with a strong foundation and to get ready to embark a vinyasa session with all the basis well covered.
Let’s take a closer look to this posture trying to understand its origins, benefits and how to perform this asana properly.