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How to do Peacock Pose

Posted on August 26 2018

Make sure you spend some time warming up your wrists before giving this a try.
  1. Start off by sitting on your heels, with your knees wide
  2. Place your hands on the mat between your legs. Get them as close to the hips as possible, with the fingers pointing towards the toes & the wrists in line with the front of the mat
  3. Round your spine making a ‘cat back’ as you lean forwards, taking your weight over your hands. You arms should bend to a right angle or ‘chaturanga’ position. Connect your lower abdomen to your elbows - Women should have their elbows a bit out to the side
  4. Lean forwards to transfer the weight from the legs & ‘firm’ your belly against the pressure from your elbows. Keep the hands active
  5. Think about using your elbows as a pivot point & engage the whole of the back of the body to create the lift. Straighten & extend out through both legs & aim to have the body in one straight line. Keep the core strong, the shoulders broad & gaze forwards.


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