Tree Pose

Tree Pose (Vrksasana) is an essential balancing pose in yoga known for enhancing both physical and mental focus and concentration. Understood as a standing version of a seated meditative posture, the Tree Pose requires you to stand steadily on only one foot. To perform Tree Pose, begin in Mountain Pose, shift your weight to your left foot, and raise your right knee up to your inner left thigh. With your hands raised in prayer position at your chest, fix your gaze on an unmoving point in front of you while drawing down through your left foot.

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The typical Tree Pose has an overall height of and body length of . An average Tree Pose weighs between and has a typical lifespan of .

Tree Pose (Vrksasana) is an essential balancing pose in yoga known for enhancing both physical and mental focus and concentration. Understood as a standing version of a seated meditative posture, the Tree Pose requires you to stand steadily on only one foot. To perform Tree Pose, begin in Mountain Pose, shift your weight to your left foot, and raise your right knee up to your inner left thigh. With your hands raised in prayer position at your chest, fix your gaze on an unmoving point in front of you while drawing down through your left foot.

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Sanskrit Name: Vrksasana
Benefits (Physical): Opens hips, strengthens legs, knees, ankles, spine
Benefits (Core): Balance, focus, concentration
Modifications: Can be practiced with hand on wall for support
Variations: Rest your foot on calf muscle or ankle if unable to bring up to thigh, hands above head or in prayer at chest

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