10.Warrior III (Virabhadrasana III)
Warrior III is the most difficult of this vinyasa. It may look easy enough, but holding this pose with the right form for more than a few seconds can be quite difficult for beginners!
From Warrior II, twist your chest to face the forward direction again. Bring your arms straight out in front of you for balance.
Beginners to yoga will probably need to bring the back leg up closer to the front to stay balanced before lifting it. Bring your palms together at your chest as you begin to lift your leg up in the air because it helps tremendously with balance.
Once you get into position, slowly raise your arms out in front of you. Note that the back toes should actually be pointed for true form, but beginners can work on that from the photo above.
It will take time, strength, and flexibility to improve your form in this asana. Practice in front of a mirror, and practice it often.