This yoga sequence of externally rotated standing poses leads to flying pigeon.

In eight an a half years of practicing this is the first time I've gotten my leg off the ground in Flying Pigeon. I didn't get it very high and I got so excited I fell over but I actually hovered for a bit and could feel the pose. So awesome. Thank you Alex! I'll be doing this one again for sure!

Penny G.

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This was the perfect preparation and instruction for flying pigeon; I finally got it! I am so excited. I am equally excited about the pleasure I took in the journey to the pose. Every yoga sequence I did was vital to getting me here. Now I can look forward to making it graceful like Alexandrias amazing helpers… Practice, non-attachment.

Joanna B.

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