Neutrally rotated postures (Warrior I, Warrior III, Twisted Half Moon Pose)

This section of Yogea Asana Lab features three neutrally rotated poses: Warrior I, Warrior III and Twisted Half Moon. We examine the key anatomical points and subtle energy flow in the above poses that all require squaring of the hips, engaging through both legs, igniting the core, massaging the inner organs and radiating from the center. These standing poses respectively stretch the calves, hamstrings and inner thighs; build a strong core; promote stamina, stability and inner strength. They can be practiced in this order as they transition naturally and build up progressively. Yogea Asana Lab is not a yoga routine and should be regarded solely as an educational platform to reinforce proper postural alignment and improve the quality of your practice. The approach is integrated as poses are grouped into different targeted categories. Each set of poses is demonstrated only on one side. The route of assuming poses and releasing through counter-poses is mapped clearly and slowly, allowing time for assimilation and grasping. The main objective is to guide you in and out of poses safely and smoothly, as well as to acquaint you with basic anatomical and energetic principles that weave the geometry of every asana. In turn, you will be able to perform the Yogea routines with clarity, precision and abandonment. As you follow the tips of proper alignment you will feel more stable, ready to deepen your practice and eager to transition gracefully from one stage to the next both on the mat and in life.

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