You're doing ok. I would suggest in the future to plan it all out first in a smaller image that includes the anatomy and color because fixing your errors on the actual work can waste a lot of time and may lead to a lot of frustration. Essentially, it's easier to make changes when there is nothing at stake.
Shifting something that might seem so minor as the arms and legs will make the entire body shift. So you're looking at some major fixes that will set you back a few hours. And first and foremost you're going to need reference.
keep in mind that when there is weight lifted off her right hip the left will go down. And her left foot is taking all the weight and balancing her, so you always want to have the point with all the weight lined up with her head.
I tried to fix the pose without reference so it's not perfect.
"We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills..." - J.F.K.