Standing Dynamic Balance

Yoga In 60 Seconds ~ Standing Dynamic Balance


Work on your balance


In just a minute a day, you can improve your dynamic balance with this simple (not necessarily easy!) standing movement.  You just need somewhere to stand, in fact wherever you are right now is perfect!  Start standing with your feet naturally positioned.  Feeling the wobbles is all part of it so don’t worry if you wobble at first.  It’s your brain trying to work it all out!  A piece of stable furniture or a nearby wall could help you out here so that a hand could rest on it.

INHALE – Float your arms up overhead

EXHALE – Float your arms back down as one knee bends and lifts up

Alternate from side to side for 12 x cycles of breath.   Try it every day for a week to see how you improve.   How about in the morning whilst waiting for the kettle to boil? No equipment required and no excuses to not have enough time or know how.  Any space can be a yoga space 🙂

You could check out another yoga for balance video here if you’d like another practice to add to this one.

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Free Online Yoga in 60 Seconds


Yoga doesn’t have to be complicated!  You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how simple these practices are & easy to slot into your everyday routine in just 60 seconds a day.  I created these free online yoga videos as a resource that you can come back to whenever you need a bit of inspiration. I hope you enjoy practicing them just as much as I enjoy making them! ~ Charley Hickey C-IAYT, Yoga Therapist & Owner Charleyoga

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Guided meditation can be a great tool to help alleviate stress & anxiety. However, meditation is not a substitute for professional healthcare.  If you feel you are not coping, then please seek professional help by speaking to your GP.  Mental Health Australia provides further information and resources that you might find helpful