This is a fifteen minute yoga class for hip opening. You will gentle work to begin to develop flexibility throughout the fronts, sides and backs of the hips, which may be helpful in preventing injury and aiding in relief of minor back pain. As always, move within a pain-free range and always breathe fully and deeply.

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28 COMMENTS

  1. love these hip opener videos. I've been struggling with Taekwon-do classes for the last year because of hip problems but since following these videos for the last few months I've found it a lot easier, pain is subsiding and my flexibility is staring to return.

  2. Just did this video right after your video for flexibility…I feel wonderful and stretched out!! going to call the book store right now to see if I can go pick up your book as well!
    Your work is greatly appreciated and loved❤️
    💜love from your #snapfam

  3. I'm so proud of myself. I'm trying to lose weight right now, and I figured yoga is the best option since it helped me in community college. To my surprise I'm still as limber as I was! I'm currently 230 lbs and I could still do each of these as advanced as you! I can't wait to watch more :}

  4. Always a pleasure to follow your classes. Thanks for these quick videos, they really do help me to get in touch with my mat, and then to ease me into my run!

  5. I stopped doing yoga for a few months and recently picked it up again. With YouTube growing so rapidly I figured there's probably a dozen new channels. I looked at some other yogi youtubers and tried a few videos and they were alright but not memorable. I didn't really care to subscribe and I wasn't particularly excited for their other videos. You on the other hand I feel like I know you even though we've never met in person. You come off very naturally on camera and you're so sweet and it genuinely seems like you make these videos for no reason other than to share your insight and influence others to practice yoga. A lot of women try so hard to fit into a stereotype but I find you super unique because you don't try to be liked by everyone. You just do your thing and show us how it's done lol you and Adrienne are the only ones I subscribe to 🙂

    Looking forward to more videos!

  6. I enjoyed this video, thank you! I am a pianist, and I'm sitting upright for long periods of time. Is there any specific yoga that might benefit me? I already use the wrist one on a regular basis. Thanks again.

  7. Hey there, I'm sorta new with this yoga thing. Anyways, I don't know if you would know what type of yoga will benefit an athlete geared towards hockey. Because I hear from some of my coaches that yoga is a good practise to be in. Doing some of your sessions already, I can see that they are right. I'm just wondering if you would have any advice for a hockey player. Thanks!

  8. Thanks for this one. For real, I love you so much, you have helped me progress in my practice so much more than I would've been able to otherwise.

    I have a question. I've been meditating for almost a year now, but I can't get into lotus pose. How would you recommend me getting to the point where I can do it?? Just hip openers and practice and sit less?
    I feel like there is definitely something special about lotus, I desire it.
    Thanks again Candace 🙂

  9. Hey Candace or somebody else. How do you know if you are ready for intermediate yoga videos? Thank you if you answer x Lots of love from Belgium

  10. Would this video be available for purchase? I know it's dumb in this day and age but I don't have the internet at home. lol. It would be great if I could buy it. Thanks! I love your style!

  11. Whenever I do the knee bent quad stretch, I can feel the stretch on my forearms, however when I take the full expression I can't feel the stretch anymore…could I bet setting up wrong? Thanks!

  12. Love what you do! But i'm still hoping for the extended long flow video with gentle hatha / yin / meditation ! ~45-50 minutes 🙂 no pressure, but still hope still hope still hope 🙂 best wishes (I've preordered your book;) )

  13. Thanks – I was self conscious doing this in the garden with the neighbours watching but it helped a lot

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