If you’ve mastered the Beginner’s Yoga Workout for Balance, then you’re ready to take on this more advanced workout. Drawing from the strengths you’ve developed, this follow-up routine helps you take the challenge a step further. It replaces some of the easiest moves with harder poses. The half moon pose in particular is a test of balance and flexibility.
To get the most out of this workout, focus on keeping your body stable, holding each pose for a full 60 seconds. Practice every other day until you master all the moves!
What You’ll Need: a yoga mat to lay on the floor and an optional yoga block
What to Do: Starting with your right leg forward, hold each pose for 60 seconds while breathing deeply. Then repeat with your left leg forward.
Below, we’ve included videos showing how to perform each move. Using proper form helps prevent injuries and ensures you’re getting the most out of your workout.
1. Tree Pose
2. Eagle Pose
3. Warrior I Pose
4. Warrior III Pose
5. Half Moon Pose
Warrior I Pose
Warrior III Pose
Half Moon Pose