Try standing with your feet hip-
distance apart. Widening your stance has the same benefits as standard Tadasana, but it makes it easier to balance by distributing weight effortlessly down each leg. When the legs are together, most people internally rotate their legs and then try to balance by sticking out their rear end, causing some low-back tension. If you can adapt this pose to find comfort, you’ll be able to likewise modify more complex poses. This modification will also help if you have knock-knees or a wider pelvis.
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