Yoga for the Splits
Print this out and practice these poses everyday to gain flexibility for the splits. Start by holding each pose for 30 seconds on each side. Work your way up to 1-3 minutes as your muscles start to open up. When you’re ready to try the splits use a block or pillow under your front leg for support until you feel ready to go without.

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In order to accomplish King Pigeon Pose:

Start off in regular pigeon:


Bend forward and rest your chest on the ground and hold this stretch. Then, lift your torso back up to the regular pigeon, place your hand on the shin of your straight leg, and pull it in towards your back. Hold this stretch as well. Once you’re comfortable, try moving on to a bound pigeon variation such as this:


Make sure you also take the time to stretch out your back. Attaining flexibility in the back is just as important as the flexibility in your legs for this posture. Stretch your back in cobra, bow pose, and camel pose. Continue to stretch until you are able to bring one or both of your arms back and reach your foot to your head. For a video demo on how to do this, click here
Hope this helps guys!:) Good luck, and message me if there are any other questions or poses your would like me to address. xoxoxoxo