Strive on mindfully.Knees to chest pose Eka Pada Rajakapotasana king pigeon pose Eka means one/ pada means leg or foot, and kapota, pigeon/’ Another difficult back-bending posture, eka pada rajakapotasana imitates the king pigeon’s puffed chest. Part of the difficulty of this posture is the positioning of the legs. As a result of the complexity, it is difficult to achieve proper balance and pelvic alignment, making even movement along the spine and sacrum quite challenging. With one leg kneeling and the other bent in front, this posture is also beneficial to the lower spine, the pelvis, and the urinary system. The opening of the various parts of the body, from the pelvis to the shoulder muscles, provides a fresh supply of blood to the endocrine glands. This posture also works the shoulders and neck to relieve stiffness.Knees to chest pose Urdhva Dhanurasana upward bow pose or wheel This posture essentially imitates a back-bend.