How to Do the Low Lunge

Beat stress and relieve fatigue by doing the Low Lunge yoga pose!

How to Do the Low Lunge

Release tension in your hips and hamstrings by doing the Low Lunge! This yoga position helps open your chest and strengthen your knees. It’s also a great workout that will help you practice mental focus and relieve stress. The anjaneyasana or the Low Lunge is a basic balancing pose that strengthens the core, glutes and thigh muscles. It involves core awareness and mindful concentration to stabilize your entire body. It’s done by taking full breathes while doing the entire yoga routine.

Just follow these steps to do this yoga position.

How to Do the Low Lunge

  1. Start from a Downward-Facing Dog pose. PlantedĀ  your hands firmly on the ground.
  2. Lift one leg behind you. You can start by lifting your right leg. Hold this pose for a few seconds.
  3. Shift your weight forward as you lower your right leg.
  4. Place your right foot in between your hands. Bend your right knee directly over your ankle. Engage your core and hip muscles.
  5. Then, drop your left knee down. The top of your left foot should be on the floor. Try to sink a little bit deeper to stretch your hips and legs.
  6. Relax your shoulders. Take a deep breath and raise your arms high up.

Get your body moving and try this yoga pose today!

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