The Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)

Tree Pose, also called Vrikshasana in Sanskrit, is a mediaeval hatha yoga pose. It's a one-legged standing balancing pose. It helps to boost energy in your body and strengthen your legs, core, back, and glutes, which helps to improve your posture and alignment. The pose can help to stretch and strengthen your ligaments and tendons in your feet. Avoid this yoga if you have heat intolerance, heart disease, or any other heart-related illness.

Tree Pose

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Stand in a mountain pose. To strengthen your leg muscles, spread your toes and press your feet firmly into the mat. To gently lift your lower tummy, raise your front hip so that it points toward your lower ribs. Lift your left foot into a mountain pose and start shifting your weight into your right foot while keeping it straight.
2 - Exhale while pulling your shoulder blades down your back after taking a deep breath in and elevating your chest. Look steadily forward at a point in the distance.
3 - While you elevate your right foot up onto your left leg or shin, place your hands on your hips. Keep your distance from the knee.
4 - Your left leg and right foot should be pressed together. Make sure your pelvis is square to the front and level.
5 - When you feel stable, spread your arms aloft like branches reaching for the sun or make the Anjali Mudra with your hands at your heart.
6 - After exhaling for a few breaths, return to Mountain Pose and repeat on the opposite side.

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The Advantages of the Tree Pose

1 - Improve your body balance, as well as your body awareness and posture.
2 - Calming and relaxing your mind, as well as aiding in the relief of anxiety.
3 - Stretches the thorax, thigh, shoulder, and inguinal region.
4 - Enhances body posture.
5 - Strengthen your shoulders and lats.

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