Balance training involves strengthening muscles that will help you keep upright using your legs, core, and central nervous system. Balance training is not to build muscle. It primarily focuses on stability. It is recommended to commit 30 minutes to balance training. Proprioception is sensing where your body is in space, which can help to improve your balance. It's important to sense where your body is, so you can keep upright while balancing.
Balance training helps your stability throughout your daily life. Something as simple as walking will be easier the next time you catch your fall. Your body will be able to keep itself upright. In the long run, it will give you long life because as you get older the risk of falling gets higher and if you have a better balance your risk of falling reduces. Same with your risk of injury and overall you can build up better posture.
The challanges are getting yourself to hold yourself in a position without falling. There will be hiccups throughout the process and is expected to happen. Even though there can be some hiccups along the way, a good way to stay safe is to make sure you have a spotter, especially when doing more advanced balance training. Also wear shoes with friction, so you don't slip. Afterward, you'll achieve new records of balance techniques that can really improve your overall core muscles. Once you have become more skilled in balance training you can try to challenge yourself by holding a position for a longer time, adding more movement to your pose, and even closing your eyes.