Mountain Pose

Mountain pose (Tadasana) is the foundational pose for all standing yoga poses. Performed and aligned correctly, the Mountain Pose uses every muscle in the body, improves posture and calms the mind while it finds balance. To perform the Mountain Pose, bring the feet together while standing, ground down through your heels and legs, draw up with your thighs, broaden your collarbones, align your shoulders with your body, and elongate your neck upwards. Your hands and arms can be in a variety of poses from palms to the side facing inward, to outward facing, or in prayer at the chest.

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Mountain pose (Tadasana) is the foundational pose for all standing yoga poses. Performed and aligned correctly, the Mountain Pose uses every muscle in the body, improves posture and calms the mind while it finds balance. To perform the Mountain Pose, bring the feet together while standing, ground down through your heels and legs, draw up with your thighs, broaden your collarbones, align your shoulders with your body, and elongate your neck upwards. Your hands and arms can be in a variety of poses from palms to the side facing inward, to outward facing, or in prayer at the chest.

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Sanskrit Name: Tadasana
Benefits (Physical): Strengthens things, knees, ankles, abs, buttocks
Benefits (Core): Posture, balance, focus
Modifications: Can be practiced with back against wall
Variations: Turn palms forward to open chest and shoulders, place palms together in prayer at chest for center and balance, can stand with feet hip-distance apart if difficulty with together

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