People either love or hate Pigeon Pose, but you’ll see it in some form in most yoga classes. In this video we explore how to:
- Set up Pigeon Pose on the mat, on your back or in a chair
- Use props to adapt the pose to feel good in your body
- Adjust the placement of the upper body for more or less sensation
Props to try: Bolster. Chair.
- Opens the hips and lower back
- Can be grounding and calming in the restorative expression
- Challenges the ability to be present in the moment