Standing Balancing Yoga Postures

Standing Balancing Yoga Asana/Postures:

The three essential elements of balancing Yoga Asana/Postures are alignment, strength, and attention. These strengthen the stabilizer muscles thus helps your body to avoid falling and knocking things over. These can also help a lot in removing the stress and anxiety.

Scroll through our Yoga balancing Asana/Posture library for beginner, intermediate and advanced postures, Click on the link or thumbnails to know the details.


Ardha baddha padma vrikshasana – half bound lotus tree pose

Ardha = half, baddha = bound, padma = lotus, vriksh = tree Steps: Stand in Tadasana (Mountain pose). Separate your feet about hips width apart ...
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Ardha Baddha Padmotanasana – Half Bound Lotus Standing Forward Bend

This can be quite a tricky posture so there are a few modifications that can be made throughout.  Stay standing, just work on building the ...
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Garudasana – Eagle Posture

This is a really nice posture, although it can take a little while to get the balance right. Steps: Begin in Samasthiti (Equal Standing Posture) ...
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Talasana- Palm Tree Posture – Raised Hands Posture

Tala - Palm Tree. Steps: Start with feet hip width apart, and your arms by the sides of your body. Interlock your fingers, turn the ...
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Tiryaka Talasana – Swaying Palm Tree Posture

Tiryaka - Swaying Tala - Palm Tree. Steps: Stand with feet a little more than hip width apart. Fix your gaze at a point directly ...
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Utthita Hasta Padangushtasana/ Upright hand to big toe pose

Utthita - Upright Hasta - hand Pad - feet Angushtha - big toe Steps: Start from Tadasana/Samasthiti shift your whole weight on your left leg ...
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Virbhadrasana 3 – Warrior 3 posture

Virbhadra is the name of a warrior who was the incarnation of Lord Shiva Steps Begin standing in Tadasana (mountain pose) with your feet hip-distance apart ...
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Vrikshasana- Tree posture

Vriksha means tree, hence the name Tree posture. Steps: Stand in Tadasana (Mountain posture - straight legs, feet together, arms by the side, chin parallel to ...
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