Upgrade to Premium for Unlimited Access

Unlock Premium Content
Unlimited access to 1000+ yoga, meditation and movement classes
You can enjoy one of the biggest collection of professional classes, including:
  • 400+ Vinyasa yoga classes
  • 350+ Hatha yoga classes
  • 250+ Gentle yoga classes
  • 170+ Yoga after workout classes
  • 100+ Yoga for back classes
  • And much more!
Complete collection of 30 curated programs & 50 challenges
Enhance your practice with our comprehensive collection of courses and special challenges.
Watch classes from your laptop, TV, phone or tablet
Take your yoga practice anywhere, anytime using our website or mobile app.
Exclusive access to all new releases and livestream events
Enjoy new classes and get 25% discount on livestream events.
Use our App

Yoga Explained: Loops and Warrior II Pose (Virabhadrasana II)

(1 Reviews)

Access this free class

Get access to this and 1000+ other premium classes

Get Full Access Now

Join David for a close analysis of Warrior II Pose (Virabhadrasana II), as he uses the concept of loops to describe how to direct your energy and establish a strong foundation and a solid connection to stability and your core.

To explore this concept further, check out Fiji's YTT course Cueing 1 - Position or Rachel's course Cueing 2 - Actions.

May 23, 2023

I have a pretty easy time following the loop (or spiral?) in the upper arms and the thighs. It is harder for me see the opposing direction loop in the forearms and lower legs. But if I am getting those four corners pressed evenly, I think I am doing it?

Comment Replies

Fiji McAlpine
May 30, 2023

Yes exactly, the upper arm and leg is a more dynamic feeling the lower leg is done mostly from rooting and lower arm from rotating the palm down.

Loading... Click here if it takes longer.