12 Must-Know Yoga Poses for Beginners

12 Must-Know Yoga Poses for Beginners

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Downward-Facing Dog/Adho Mukha Svanasana
Start on your hands and knees, with your hands stacked under your shoulders and knees under your hips.
Spread your hands wide and press your index finger and thumb into your mat.
Lift your tailbone and press your butt up and back, drawing your hips toward the ceiling. Straighten your legs as best as you can and press your heels gently toward the floor.
Your head should be between your arms, facing your knees, and your backs should be flat.
Hold for 5–10 breaths.
Peterson says that your focus should be on keeping your spine long—if that means you need to bend your knees, that’s fine. To help keep the pressure off your wrists, “spread your fingers wide, grip your mat with your fingertips, and put more weight into the pad where your first finger and thumb insert into your palm.”

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Mountain Pose/Tadasana
Stand with your toes together and heels slightly apart.
Spread your toes and place your weight evenly through both feet. Engage your core and tuck your hips under a bit so your tailbone is pointing down toward the floor. Relax your shoulders and roll them back and down.
Inhale and reach your arms overhead, while pressing down into your feet. You may also put your hands in prayer position in front of your chest, or rest them by your sides—all are commonly used variations, and your instructor may cue one specifically or give you the choice.
Take long, slow, deep breaths in and out of your nose.
Hold for 3–5 breaths.
“Keep your arms parallel with your ears,” Peterson instructs. “Widen your arms if you need to.”


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Crescent Lunge/Utthita Ashwa Sanchalanasana
Take a big step forward with your left foot to start in a staggered stance, with your feet almost mat-length apart.
Bend your front knee and keep your back leg straight and heel lifted off the floor. Try to bend your front leg so that your thigh is parallel to the floor. Square your hips toward the front.
Extend your arms toward the ceiling on either side of your head and stretch up as you also press into the mat and feel the stretch in your hips.
Hold for 5 breaths and repeat on the other side.
To move into Low Lunge/Anjaneyasana, simply drop your back knee to the floor, keeping the leg extended long and the shin flat on the mat.
“It’s more important to keep your spine long than it is to straighten your back leg,” notes Peterson. Feel free to bend your back leg if it will help you lift your torso and lengthen your back.

Quick note: Different instructors may have slightly different interpretations of lunge variations. While some may call this Crescent Lunge, others may simply call it High Lunge, which can also mean a similar pose where the hands are placed on the mat on either side of the front leg.

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Warrior II/Virabhadrasana II
Take a big step forward with your left foot to start in a staggered stance, with your feet almost mat-length apart.
Extend your arms so that they are parallel to the floor.
Bend your left knee so that it’s at or near a 90-degree angle, your thigh parallel to the floor, while keeping the right leg straight.
Point your left toes forward and turn your right foot out to the right so that it’s perpendicular to your left foot. Your left heel should be in line with the arch of your right foot.
At the same time, twist your torso to the right so that your left hip is facing toward the front of the room and your right hip is facing toward the back. Your left arm and your head should both be pointing forward and your right arm should be pointing back.
Hold for 1–5 breaths.
Peterson notes that you should make sure your left knee doesn’t move past your ankle. If it does, reduce the depth of your lunge a bit.

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Start in Warrior II.
Straighten your front leg. Then, reach forward with your left hand toward the ground. Tilt your torso forward and rotate it open to the right side.
Rotate your arms to 6 and 12 o’clock. Rest your left hand on your shin, or the floor if you can, and extend your top arm fingers toward the ceiling.
Hold for 5–10 breaths, then switch sides.
“It’s more important to keep your spine long than it is to reach low to your leg or floor,” says Peterson. “Use a block under your bottom hand to add more stability to this pose.”

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