The Sanskrit word for Warrior is Virabhadrasana (Veer-ah-bah-drahs-anna). There are three primary Warrior poses; I, II and III, and then variations thereof.

These poses are aptly named after a fierce warrior from Hindu mythology, Virabhadra, who is said to symbolize our inner ability to overcome ego and ignorance. The poses challenge and test us but in doing so bring us strength, focus, confidence and courage.


Keeping our ankle and feet strong is often last on our list of exercises when we think of what to do, but they are the first part of our body to shock absorb, they balance us, they feed back to the rest of our body about the surface we are standing on, so they deserve some respect and time!


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