How to Do The Flying Pigeon Pose
It takes a lot of courage to try the Flying Pigeon pose and to overcome the fear of falling flat on your face, but the mental strength to try and eventually succeed is one of the biggest benefits of this pose.
The Flying Pigeon pose strengthens the shoulders, wrists, arms and core, and stretches the hips and legs. The advanced pose can also help to improve balance and stimulate the digestive organs.
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