Reverse Warrior works the legs and stretches your side. This is a great pose to incorporate into your practice, especially if you’ve been sitting all day. Here are our top tips:
Move into Reverse Warrior from Warrior II, moving through your upper body and keeping your legs where they are.
Keep your core engaged so that as you reach up and back, you aren’t collapsing through your lower back.
Actively reach your lowered hand toward your back foot, or, if you would like an additional shoulder stretch, reach around your waist toward your front inner thigh (see picture below).