Don't lead this pose with your neck! Use your strong core, and really focus on kicking back your legs in order to engage your legs:
- After Double Pigeon Pose, release your legs and shake them out in front of you. Come to lie on your belly, and take a few deep breaths.
- Once you're ready, bend your knees and hold onto the outside edge of your right ankle and then your left. Once you have a firm hold of each ankle, try to keep your toes together, either pointing or flexing your feet. Lift your feet up as high as you can and shift your weight forward so you're resting on your naval instead of on your pubic bone.
- Hold for five deep breaths and then slowly release.
If you need more details, check out how to do Bow Pose here.