Feeling tight and sluggish lately? Aren’t we all darling. So, what can we do about it? Well, we gotta move our body! We’ll be doing some hip opening yoga sequence. So let’s get to it!
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We had a dandy little time in our live yoga class this Wednesday. Our focus was on hip openers. When hip muscles get tight from lack of movement this can create low back pain. Tight hips decrease range of motion in the spine which limits our physical movement and even our desire to move.
In this hip opening yoga sequence we practice poses that open up the hip flexors, abductors, adductors, internal rotators and extensors of the hips. Poses like crescent lunge and warrior one will warm up the muscles that connect at the hip creases and can radiate pain down into the knees and up into low back. Hip opening floor stretches like fire log and pigeon pose will release pain that the tailbone and pelvis can conspire to create in the sacroiliac joint.
By releasing unwanted toxic energy, this practice will It will invigorate you to do those fun things that you’ve been saying you want to do. Maybe you’ve wanted to learn how to play guitar, or paint or create that new online business, but you have felt unmotivated and stuck in your body. This practice will help you spark your desire to move manifest your ideas.
Beginner yogis are very welcome in this class.
What you’ll need for this Hip Opening Yoga Sequence:
- Water for sipping when desired
- Yoga mat if possible
- Towel or small blanket for knees
- Yoga blocks (not mandatory)
- And a heart that is ready to give and receive self love
Enjoy your practice! Namaste!
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