Build up support across the front of your pelvis so that you can lie down with both sides of the pelvis evenly dropping down into the bolster. Additional support under your chest and/or forehead may be the perfect finishing touch to soften your neck and shoulders so you can take slow, deep breaths and be able to enjoy the sensations of your hips opening as you release your body into gravity.
Ready to work it?
Here are some classes featuring Supported Pigeon Pose.
Your go-to middle splits stretch class! We will do an active mobility warmup followed by some static stretches to open up the inner and outer thighs, hips and hamstrings and get you a step closer to your middle splits! Some poses you can expect: Skandasana, Pigeon, Wide Leg Forward Fold, Baddha Konasana, Frog Pose and much, much more! If you are inflexible, don’t worry, plenty of modifications are offered and explained!
This is a very chill practice perfect for yogis at the end of their pregnancy or simply on a day when you feel fatigued and stressed out. We will breathe through physical tension while working with a mantra and/or intention to help get your mind focused!
Confront and release tight quads through this well-rounded slow flow! Whether you run, cycle or just feel sore, your quads hold so much stress! Open them up and notice how your low back, hips, and knees feel! Aww yeah!
A sequence designed to meet the needs of beginners or the more advanced practitioner, with lumbar, sacrum or sciatic issues. Emphasis on sacrum, hamstrings and psoas to open and balance the relationship between the three so you feel freedom from pain and regain ease of movement.
Honoring, finding, connecting, believing in: your own strength. Even when it feels like you have none. Sometimes it means backing off or learning how to say "no." Going inward to get strong. The mantra is "May I remember that I am strong."
Lots of core work and twists. A fun and challenging class for all levels.
If Oreo's were yoga classes, this practice would have a little yang filling stuffed between two yin cookies. In other words, delicious! Go slow and deep, then build a little heat as you work your strength and resilience, and then bring it home with a little more slow, deep goodness. Enjoy!