I'm Tanya Eberhardt. And this is how to improve my Standing Tree Bikram Pose. Two poses, such as traditional tree pose and Baddhakonasana will help you improve your Standing Tree Bikram Pose. Traditional tree ill teach you the relationship between the push and the pull of your two legs while you're standing. And Baddhakonasana will help stretch your abductors needed to balance in the Standing Tree Bikram Pose. To lengthen the abductors, get into Baddhakonasana. Soles of the feet together, hands are on your ankles. Inhale to lengthen, exhale, squeeze your butt muscles, and lower the knees to the floor, inhale, exhale. And you can see that half of this pose is half of tree pose. Stand up and set up tree pose, balancing on the left leg. Bring the right foot into the inner thigh of the left leg. And you want to push the right heel into the inner thigh, as you push the left leg into the heel. And so, you have the balancing of the push and pull. And that's what's going to help you keep the foot up in the Bikram Tree Pose. Once you've played around with this and you've really understood what muscles are being activated, such as the inner thighs, the gluteus medius. And same on this leg, you'll want to practice the Bikram Tree Pose. And you'l understand that relationship and you'll be able to keep the foot up.