Balancing Stick Pose – Bikram Yoga Poses Breakdown

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Bikram Yoga Poses Balancing Stick Breakdown

Image Source: [Bikram Yoga Ormond]

Balancing Stick (Tulandandasana) gets broken down nicely in the image above. Part of Bikram Yoga’s Standing Series, this posture provides the following benefits:

  • Sends high-speed blood pouring into the heart, especially the neglected region, cleaning out the veins and all the arteries and strengthening the heart muscle
  • The same rejuvenating flood rushes into the brain
  • Strengthens your powers of concentration

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