Standing pose yoga

Types of Standing Yoga

Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)

Downward facing dog yoga


  • It Stretches the lower body.
  • The inversion of the downward dog helps you get into position to stretch the hamstrings, calves, and ankles fully.
  • Strengthens the upper body. 
  • It Stimulates blood circulation. 
  • Improves posture. 
  • Fine-tunes your foot muscles.

Mountain Pose (Tadasana)

Tadasana yoga


  • It improve posture and coordination.
  • It relieve sciatic pain.
  • Improves agility.
  • Improve blood circulation.
  • It tones core muscles.
  • Strengthen your back, hips and legs.

Warrior I (Virabhadrasana I)

warrior I yoga


  • It strengthens your shoulders, arms, legs, ankles and back.
  • Opens yours hips, chest and lungs.
  • Improves  your focus, balance and stability.
  • Improves circulation and respiration.
  • Stretches your arms, legs, shoulders, neck, belly, groins and ankles.
  • Energizes the entire body.

Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II)

warrior II yoga pose


  • IT stretches your hips, groins and shoulders.
  • Opens your chest and lungs.
  • Energizes tired limbs.
  • Stimulates your abdominal organ.s
  • Develops balance and stability.
  • Improves circulation and respiration.

Extended Side Angle (Utthita Parvakonasana)

Utthita parsvakonasana yoga


  • It helps in reducing Weight.
  • Improves heart health.
  • Improves digestion.
  • Reduces waist fat.
  • Strengthen legs.
  • Increase stamina.
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