Latest in Arm Balance Yoga Poses
Here's how to take your arm balance even deeper into your body and your bandhas.
Hiro Landazuri explains how to prep physically (as well as psychologically) for this challenging arm balance. Spoiler Alert: You're more ready than you think.
You know what happens to a paper clip when you bend it back and forth too many times? Stop doing the same thing to your body.
Tap into your inner fire to find the balance, flexibility, and playfulness needed for this challenging posture.
The hair might steal the show in this scroll-stopping posture, but hidden underneath is the demanding—and rewarding—One-Armed Handstand.
Terrified of arm balances? Here are four reasons why you should be practicing them at home (pillows included).
These variations of Firefly can help you work up to the full expression of the pose—or just enjoy them on their own.
Build balance and strength to fly fearlessly in Eka Pada Galavasana.
From Hurdler’s Pose to Albatross to Flying Splits to Pose Dedicated to the Sage Koundinya II—no matter what you call it, these prop variations of Eka Pada Koundinyasana II show there's no one way to do this posture.
Using a chair as a launch pad to toggle between Kurmasana and Tittibhasana is a great way to build mobility and challenge your balance. Ready to give it a try?
If you’ve mastered Bakasana and are ready to take your arm balance practice to the next level, try incorporating these Bakasana toe-taps into your routine.
Move step by step with power and balance into Ganda Bherundasana.
Fly high with open hips and a strong core as you move step by step into Eka Pada Galavasana.
Use Kathryn Budig's three-pose prep to wake up Parsva Bakasana's key players in your body and get geared up for takeoff.
Find length and stay centered to lift step by step into the One-Footed Pose dedicated to the Sage Koundinya I.
Fire up your core strength as you fly into Tittibhasana.