Propping the Upper Body in Pigeon

Use restorative prop work to properly set up and enjoy Pigeon Pose (Eka Pada Rajakapotasana) with Mary Beth LaRue. 

Need a quick of shot of me time?  If you practice often, your hips are likely among the first parts of your body to feel tight. Pigeon stretches the hip rotators (the buttocks area) and the hip flexors (the long muscles that run along the front of your thighs and pelvis). Enjoy that sweet release!

Classes with Mary Beth are now available on Wanderlust TV.