Mountain pose:feet may be slightly apart as well.
Thank your muscles and bones for holding you steadily in position.
Warrior I is a great pose to open up the hips, and focus on stability at the feet and up to the trunk stacked above. Breathing and holding the spine neutral and pain-free, I no longer throw my leg back far and wobble-I lift the leg back into place, pressing down into the back and front foot with equal pressure, and hold and breathe, and allow the small muscles around my joints to work with the larger sling-muscles. This is a therapeutic exercise concept of generating biomechanical stability and co-contraction of muscles around joints.
Move into the poses from the prior post for more power, Chair, Plank, Side Plank, and Hip Bridge.
Next up: Warrior III, and the Hip and Yoga