Balancing Half Moon is an advanced posture that challenges your balance, strengthens and opens up the hips and develops focus.
There are 3 different types of balancing poses—one-legged balancing poses, arm balances and twists. Try to incorporate all of them into your training program to improve your balance and proprioception and enhance your focus and concentration. You will find a number of balancing sequences in the Balance series, of differing levels of difficulty.
Crow pose is an advanced arm balance that strengthens the wrists, arms and shoulders and challenges your balance and body control.
Dancer pose is an advanced balancing, hip opener that stretches the quads, hip flexors, abs, chest and shoulders and improves hip stability.
Eagle is an advanced balance pose that strengthens the hips and quads and stretches the glutes, IT band, TFL, upper back and shoulders.
One-Handed Tiger challenges your balance, stretches the quads, hip flexors, chest and shoulders and improves spinal mobility.
Revolved Balancing Half Moon is an advanced pose that stretches the calves and hamstrings, rotates the spine and challenges your balance.
Revolved Side Angle pose is an advanced twisting hip opener that improves spinal mobility and stretches the calves and hamstrings.
Revolved Triangle is an advanced twisting pose that improves spinal mobility and stretches the calves, hamstrings, t-spine and chest.
Side Plank strengthens the wrists, shoulders, back, glutes, abs and obliques and can help to alleviate lower back and shoulder pain.
Tree pose is a hip-opening balance pose that improves proprioception, coordination, posture and focus and strengthens the hips.
Warrior 3 is a challenging balancing pose that trains proprioception, coordination and focus and builds core and hip stability.
Wild Thing is an advanced backbend that improves spine and shoulder mobility, challenges your balance and strengthens the wrists and shoulders.