Instructions for a Shotokan Parallel Stance or Heiko Dachi

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Instructions for a Shotokan Parallel Stance or Heiko Dachi

This page provides details on how to do a Shotokan parallel stance. This stance is known as Heiko Dachi in Japanese. This Shotokan stance is used in katas, basic kicking techniques, etc.

For additional stance information, please visit the main Shotokan Stances section.

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