Another installment of the standing, one-legged concentration series is the Tuladandasana or the Balancing Stick pose. The first thing to do is to stand with your feet together and arms stretched overhead, fingers interlocked. Stick out and point your fingers to form a steeple. Now make a big step forward with your right leg and raise your left leg behind you, toes pointed. This will make your abdomen parallel to the floor and try to achieve a perfect T-shape. Stay in position for 10 full seconds, then step back to center and do the same pose with the left knee, standing. Like other standing, one-legged concentration, this helps improve flexibility, blood circulation, and concentration.