From downward facing dog, bring your right knee towards the outer edge of your right wrist and work to bring your shin parallel to your mat or the wall in front of you. Drop your hips down onto the ground, and make sure that the left knee and thigh are flush to the ground. Inhale and draw your torso upright. Stay here 5-8 breaths, and then walk your hands forward onto the ground in front of you. Hold for 1-5 minutes. Switch sides. (Note: A block or folded towel may be needed underneath the hip while you develop flexibility.)
What It Does: Pigeon pose will increase your hip flexibility, and improve your range of motion.
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