Most of the Warrior Poses are considered difficult under the category of Standing and Balancing Asanas. The Warrior Pose brings a lot of power and energy within the body and is hence considered as a Pose of a Warrior.
Warrior Pose Iii is considered a base pose as warrior pose iii variations can be derived from this pose.Warrior Pose Iii helps boost energy in the body and hence can be included in flow yoga sequences.
- Body Position: Abdominal Down
- Physical Training: Balancing Yoga Poses
- Difficulty: Intermediate
- Joint Mobility Direction: Longitudinal Stretch
- Poses According To Their Functions: Physical Training
- Strengthening Yoga Poses: Poses For Arms Strengthening, Poses For Body Strengthening, Poses For Legs Strengthening, Poses For Neck Strengthening
Benefits and Contraindications
Strengthens the ankles and legs
Strengthens the shoulders and muscles of the back
Tones the abdomen
Improves balance and posture
High blood pressure
Photo poses in different angles
- Practise this pose with your hands against a wall or the back of a tall chair. This will allow you to get used to the actions in the body while helping with balance.
- Instead of bringing your arms alongside your ears try brining the arms out to the sides, or bringing the palms together in front of your chest.
- Keeping the standing knee bent a little will also help with balance.
- Think about shooting energy out through the back foot to keep it light and lifted. Lift the inner arch of the foot and the inner ankle.
- Engaging the lower belly will help with stability.
- Warrior Pose III With One Hand Extended
- Warrior III Squat Pose
- Warrior Pose III Variation Aqua
- Warrior Pose III Blocks
- Airplane Pose Variation Arms Out
- Warrior Pose III Hip Blanket Chair Hand Wall
- Half Warrior Pose III
- Warrior Pose III Strap
- Warrior Pose III Hands Aerial
- Virabhadrasana III Variation (Forward Bend)
- Warrior Pose I
- Hugh Lunge Pose
- Warrior Pose II
- Standing Split Pose
- Hugh Lunge Pose
- Half Moon Pose