Begin this yoga practice in tadasana
As you exhale, place your feet shoulder-wide. Step forward with your left foot and turn your back foot 45° - 60° to the right. Both heels build one line.
The hips and shoulders are facing forward.
On the next inhale, take your arms straight up, parallel to each other,
keeping your shoulders wide.
The palms of the hands point inwards and the shoulders remain relaxed.
On the next exhale, bend your front leg so that the knee is above the heel.
Vary the weight distribution on the foot and see how you stand most stable.
Lean your head slightly back and look at your hands.
Inhale and exhale calmly while staying 30 seconds to one minute in Virabhadrasana I.
To leave the asana, exhale, take your arms down and place them on your hips.
Take a step forward with your back foot to come back to tadasana
Relax your arms next to your body and repeat with the other side.