One Legged Side Plank Pose (Eka Pada Vasisthasana)

Illustrated yoga poses of women performing the One Legged Side Plank Pose

One-Legged Side Plank Pose is an extension of the original Side Plank. One-Legged Side Plank Pose is known to build strength in the wrist, arms, and shoulders as well as help with core strength and balance. Energetically, One-Legged Side Plank Pose is known to help build will power and develop focus.

Collection of outlined drawings of people doing the One Legged Side Plank Pose

To do a One-Legged Side Plank Pose, move from a Plank Pose into a Side Plank Pose. Once stable, lift the leg stacked on top and reach out with the free arm to grab the foot, be mindful not to collapse in the side body. Breathe for a few moments and release back into Plank Pose. This posture can work well incorporated into a Flow Yoga Session or even a variation in Sun Salutations.

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One Legged Side Plank Pose elevations (men & women), outline silhouettes

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