Make sure your front knee is tracking in the same direction as your toes.
The knee can come slightly forward of the foot in low lunge because the back knee is on the mat taking some of the weight. However, if you have any knee problems, keep it stacked over the ankle.
Engage your core and lengthen your tailbone to ensure you’re stabilising the lower back.
Clasp your hands behind you or place your hands on the lower back with the fingers facing up towards the waist for a chest opening variation.
Try twisting in low lunge: Lengthen your spine as your inhale. Place your palms together in Anjali Mudra (prayer position) and hook your left elbow on or outside your right knee as you exhale. Keep lengthening your spine with each inhalation. Repeat on the other side.
Try bending your back leg and taking hold of your ankle with your left or right hand (both variations possible) to feel a deeper stretch in your thigh muscles and shoulder.