Vrikshasana also known as Tree Poses benefits you to achieve a starte of balance. The Tree pose strengthens ars, abdominal muscles, thighs, and calf muscles, The Tree Pose or Virkshana thus improves the balance and concentration. Vriksha – Tree; Asana – Posture or Pose
The asana is pronounced as VRIK-shAH-sana
When we choose to practice yoga for immune system, the Vrikshasana helps us achieve a state of balance too. It strengthens arms, abdominal muscles, thighs, and calf muscles. Also Improves balance and concentration.
How to do Vrikshasana
- Stand straight and place your arms at the side of the body
- Raise the right foot and place it on the inner thigh of your left leg.
- Arms above the head from the sides, and join palms together.
- Keep your back straight and focusing on a fixed point hold for a few breaths.
- Exhale and return to the initial position.
- Repeat the same process with your opposite leg.
Benefits of the Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
- Tree Pose stretches the legs, backs and arms.
- Vrikshasana helps us achieve a state of balance too.
- Tree Pose (Vrikshasana) strengthens arms, abdominal muscles, thighs, and calf muscles
- This pose leaves you in a state of rejuvenation. It stretches the legs, back and arms, and invigorates you.
- Practicing Tree Pose helps to balance and equilibrium to your mind.
- It helps improve concentration and balance.