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In hero pose you can let the knees drift apart so you can recline in the pose.
In cow face pose the top leg requires the opposite arm to be on top.
Standing poses are foundational poses for more advanced postures.
Standing poses drive home the practice of, engagement and the requirement of strength.
A block between the thighs in mountain pose requires an outer rotation of the thighs.
Mountain pose is a foundational pose for understanding good posture and spinal alignment.
A lifted back heel is what differentiates warrior 1 from warrior 2.
An outer rotation in the front knee of standing split leg poses keeps the knee over the little toe side of the foot.
In a humble warrior it is acceptable to allow your shoulder blades to separate and relax weight into the neck.