heisoku-dachi: formal attention stance ( heels and big toes touching)
kokutsu-dachi: back stance (legs about shoulder-width apart side-to-side, and two shoulder widths front-to-back. Most weight on back foot, back and front legs slightly bent. Front heel and big toe make a line with the back heel)
mosubi-dachi: informal attention stance (heels touching, feet make a `V’ shape.
kiba-dachi: `horse riding’ stance (feet two shoulder-widths apart and parallel, knees bent)
neko-ashi-dachi: cat stance (literally `cat foot stance’)
shizentai: natural stance (e.g, attention stance)
zenkutsu-dachi: Front stance (legs about shoulder-width apart side-to-side, and two shoulder widths front-to-back. Front leg bent so that knee is approximately over toes of front foot.