4 Ways to Customize Your Pigeon Pose

Not a fan of pigeon? Try these four non-traditional versions of eka pada raja kapotasana designed to help you reap the pose's benefits without all the discomfort. After turning pigeon on its back and exploring standing, seated, and super-propped variations, you may just find a new love for the pose!

Props: blocks, bolster, blanket, strap, chair

About the Teacher

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Amber Karnes
Amber Karnes is the founder of Body Positive Yoga. She’s a ruckus maker, yoga teacher, social justice... Read more