Virabhadrasana-II Yoga (Warrior Pose):
Virabhadrasana-II, also known as Warrior Pose. This asana was named after Lord Shiva's Avatar, Virbhadra, an Abhay warrior. Virabhadrasana Yoga (The Warrior Pose) is derived from the words Vira means hero or warrior, Bhadra means friend or auspicious and Asana means posture.
This asana strengthens the hands, shoulders, thighs and waist muscles. In the beginning, there is some difficulty in doing this posture because it is difficult to balance the feet, but the regular practice also makes it work. Now know how to do Virabhadrasana-II.
There are three methods of Virbhadra, today we will learn about Warrior Pose II by its second law.
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Steps To Do Virabhadrasana-II Yoga (Warrior Pose):
- First of all stand straight on your feet. Keep in mind that the distance between the two legs is at least 3 to 4 feet.
- Turn 90 degrees to the right leg and left leg to 15 degrees.
- Your right heel should be in the right side of the left foot.
- Now lift your both hands up to the shoulders, Both your hands should be parallel to the ground.
- the palm of hands should be open to the sky.
- Now rotate your head and look at your right side.
- Stretch the hands in the posture and stretch the hands a bit more.
- After remaining in this posture in a few seconds, come back in the posture of the previous.
Health Benefits Of Virabhadrasana-II Yoga (Warrior Pose):
- Contracts for the abdominal organs.
- Tones the leg muscles.
- This asana promotes peace, courage, and auspiciousness. It is an extremely graceful pose to practice.
- This asana strengthens and stretches the legs and ankles.
- Digestion makes the body stronger.
- In the bloodstream.
- This posture enhances courage and endurance in you.
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Virabhadrasana-II Yoga (Warrior Pose) Precautions:
- If someone is suffering from knee pain or arthritis, then you can not do this asana.
- If you are suffering from spinal cord disorders or if you are suffering from chronic illness, then consult the doctor and do this asana.
- High blood pressure patients do not do this posture.
- Veerabhadrasana is very beneficial for pregnant women in second and third quarters. You support the wall while doing this posture. Be sure to consult the doctor before doing this posture.
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