Flying Pigeon Pose: Going Deeper

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
Average: 5 (48 votes)
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This is the second in a 3-part series that takes you to flying pigeon pose (eka pada galavasana). Moving on from what you learned in Flying Pigeon Pose: Preparation, Tracey intensifies the flow by taking you deeper into hip openers, leg stretches and releases for the spine. She also explores the shoulder and core strength that is needed for arm balances, preparing you for what you will need to reach the peak pose in Flying Pigeon Pose: The Final Step.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga


wongey 4 months ago

One of those perfect, magical classes. It was not too easy, and not too hard. Tracey is straightforward and guides us deep into where it is needed (whether you knew you needed it beforehand or not). All in under an hour. Thank you.

PeacefulRN 1 year ago

Juicy, feel-good stretches for hips and shoulders; lovely pace which flows along while still allowing time to sense each pose. Thanks, Tracey!

alenanton 1 year ago

I love all of Tracey's classes and this one did not disappoint, certainly one to come back to time and again.

ddechter 1 year ago

Wow I loved this! So awesome for hips and flows so well. Great workout!

KML 1 year ago

Thank you for sharing this class, it was fantastic:)

LaurieL 1 year ago

I feel wonderful and full of energy! Tracey is always

Paulette9 1 year ago

This class moved with such ease and I felt so wonderful afterward. I have been doing yoga for 18 years and this is the first time that I have ever moved so deeply into pigeon pose. I also enjoyed all of your comments about life! Thank you Tracey!! You are wonderful!