You will come across low lunge in a lot of yoga classes. Read below on how to get into the pose and watch the video here.
- Starting an all fours, step your right foot in between your hands, ensuring that your right knee is directly over your right ankle
- Hug your thighs together and move the weight off your hands and come onto your finger tips
- You can stay here or if you want to, inhale your arms over your head and come into a crescent lunge, ensuring that you release your shoulders away from your ears.
Tips on how to do it:
- Shoulders away from your ears
- Front Knee should be either directly over the front ankle or slightly behind it
- To improve balance practice this pose facing a wall. Press the big toe of the front foot against the wall and stretch your arms up, finger tips to the wall.
Things to avoid:
- Front knee in front of your front ankle
- Shoulders by your ears
- Strengthens the quadriceps and gluteus muscles
- Stretches the psoas and hips
- Relieves sciatica pain
- Expands your chest, lungs and shoulders
- Develops stamina and endurance in your thighs
- Improves your balance, concentration and core awareness
- Calms the mind
Head over to my YouTube channel for the instructional video on how to do Low Lunge. Whilst you are there, why not subscribe to my channel and never miss a video?
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