HOW TO DO
Stand straight, then drop and relax your arms on the side of the body.
Bend the right knee, place the right foot on your left thigh. The sole should be firm and flat.
The left leg should be erect. By coming to this stance, breathe in and find your balance.
With a deep breath, raise your arms overhead and bring them in a Namaste form.
To make it easier for you to balance, find a point on the wall and hold the gaze.
Keep the spine straight and bring your hands down by simultaneously releasing the right leg.
Switch the legs, and practice for a minimum of about 5 minutes daily
BENEFITS OF DOING VRIKSHASANA
Strengthens your spine by improving your posture. Balance and add more poise to your daily life.
It aids and improves your neuro-muscular coordination. The deep-breathing helps in sustaining your mental-stability with physical compatibility.
Improve your power of balance- mental, physical and emotional. Align all the three to lead a comfortable life, or else you will be the pendulum going left and right. To be on your path, you must connect with yourself.
The sense like the eyes, ears are also more active when you build your focus while performing this
Strengthen the bones of the legs and hips, the ligaments of ankles and feet. This pose helps to nurture the body by adjusting the movements.
Establish public stability. Learn how to stay calm and composed even in tough situations.
Highly improves focus and concentration with the dhyana practice.
People with high blood pressure must avoid doing this asana.
Insomnia and Migraine affected people should also avoid.
Not suitable for people with hip-injury and knee problems