King Pigeon Pose (Eka Pada Rajakapotasana)

King Pigeon Pose is also known as Eka Pada Rajakapotasana and Raja Kapotasana.This asana's name is derived from the Sanskrit words "eka" for "one," "pada" for "foot," "raja" for "king," and "kapota" for "pigeon". This pose opens the hip muscles gradually and safely. Once your hips are open, you can craft a well-balanced pigeon pose that benefits your lower back and hips. The yoga pose can alleviate mental stress or worry since Ayurveda believes emotions are stored in your hips.

King Pigeon Pose

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Sit on your mat like a simple pigeon pose.
2 - Gently bend your left knee and keep your toes facing the roof.
3 - Bring your body forward and try to hold your left toes with your right hand (keep your left arm straight up) and pull your toes toward your body.
4 - Gently bend your left elbow and reach behind you, holding your left leg toe with your left hand while your elbow remains pointing upward.
5 - With your right hand, gradually release your grip on your toes and open your chest toward the front. Now bring your head back until the sole of your feet does not touch the top of your head.

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The Advantages of the King Pigeon Pose

1 - Extend your thighs and inguinal area.
2 - Helps to relieve back pain.
3 - Work on strengthening the hip, thigh, and knee muscles.
4 - Best ways to improve digestive health while also helping to improve spine flexibility
5 - Improves the function of the liver and kidney.

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