Half Pigeon Pose is a fun and challenging stretching yoga pose that kids of all ages benefit from. For animal-themed yoga poses, children will have a great time turning their back leg into a tail!
Use Half Pigeon Pose to strengthen the upper body, and strengthen arms and legs. Find this pose in The Gruffalo’s Child and How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?
Begin in Downward Facing Dog.
Step one foot forward, into a low lunge, setting your foot closer to your opposite hand.
Allow your back knee to lower to your mat, as you tip your front knee to open your front hip.
Keep your hands on the floor, and sit up tall – be sure to keep your hips facing forward.
Hold this pose for a couple of breaths.
Step your front leg back, and press into Downward Facing Dog.
Repeat on your opposite side.
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