How to do Warrior 2
Warrior 2 with Amanda Latchmore
Feet and Legs First check out how you feel in your feet - your front foot is facing forwards and your back foot is turned in enough so you can direct force from front foot all the way to the back foot. Deepen the bend at your front knee and then direct a push through your front leg, across pelvis, through back leg and all the way into your back foot. If your alignment is good you should feel firm in your feet and legs as you do this.
Arms Now have your arms outstretched and at shoulder height, your shoulder blades gliding down your back. Breathe into heart and lungs – see if you can find buoyant support for your arms.
Gaze Have your gaze - the Drishti - just beyond your right middle finger and then see if you can allow more peripheral vision – look out of the sides of your eyes. In this way your gaze may soften and your breath may have a softer, easier quality too. Take several breaths and repeat to the other side.