Here is our next powerful balancing yoga posture, the Tree Pose, Vrksasana. (Sanskrit name = वृक्षासन) 🤸♂️Vriksh = tree and asana = pose.
Tree pose is for sure one of the first postures any yogi learns in their yoga journey. It seems simple enough until you take a step back and start looking at the details.🧐
This pose is physically challenging for the hips, balance, ankles, and feet. Moreover, Vrksasana definitely challenges you emotionally, as well: it changes daily depending on your general mood, the day you’ve had, the amount of sleep you got, interactions that happened right before practice, and so much more.🤷♀️
Here are just a few of the Vrksasana's physical and emotional benefits:
💪 establishes strength and balance in the legs, ankles and feet
💪 is an active hip and chest-opener and fortifies your Muladhara (first or "root") Chakra
💪 makes you feel centred, steady, and grounded
💪 helps to enhance confidence and create a more positive level of self-esteem
💪 makes you cool off and slow down
💪 through the practice of balance, you develop poise, concentration, and coordination
💪 prepares you for almost all other balances
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Lisa Looping loves to fly high! Aerial Yoga, AcroYoga and Hula Hoops are her true passion. This blog is about her teaching and travels to deepen her own practise and share it with others.