Pigeons show us a pose we all know so well.
Eka Pada Rajakopapotasana is itâ€™s Sanskrit name.
One-legged King of the Pigeon is the same.
It seems difficult, but truly it is tame.
Your one leg slides forward on your mat, that front foot forming a right angle on the ground, you slide youâ€™re other leg straight back descending your thigh to the floor.
Keep your hands on your hips as you begin.
Sit up tall with a big grin.
Feel your hips relax, your pelvic bowl open.
A sense of balance, it elicits many an emotion.
Enjoy the stretch enjoy the fun.
Experiencing this positive pigeon pose youâ€™ll want to keep going.
Relishing the energy yoga provides, for the rest of your life youâ€™ll enjoy many magical rides.