Eka – One
Raja – King
Kapota – Pigeon
Asana – Posture
There are some basics which apply to almost any asana:
• shoulders away from ears
• activated core
• jaw relaxed 😎
• breath smooth + even
• move out of the pose the same way you got into it
In Eka Pada Rajakapotasana – One Legged King Pigeon Pose – you also want to have your back leg straight behind you, not drawing outwards, and activated.
You also want to be pulling your legs in towards each other which will help you to keep your hips and torso square to the front while opening the chest wide and dropping the shoulders down.