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Hip Opening Yin-Style Practice

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Yoga Class Description

This is one of Grace Flower's favorite yoga sequences for opening up the hips. This is a Yin style practice with longer holds, and filled with options for using props to support you as you softly traction your muscles open. A great practice to wind down your day or if you are coming off of an active workout and looking to stretch deeper. Grace suggests balancing your Yang style Vinyasa practices with Yin practices such as this one. Have two blocks, a bolster and blanket available. (25 mins.)

Level: All Levels Style: Yin Yoga Focus: Hip Opening Yoga  

Suggested Yoga Props

two blocks a blanket and a bolster

Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Melissa B

If you have very tight hips, this video may not be helpful.

Yvette W

might be ok if you're already very flexible. Not if you're trying to recover very tight hips.

Kathryn W

More yin practices like this one, please. Long, short, it doesn't matter. Great practice!



Grace Flowers

Grace (Wang) Flowers is a devoted yoga instructor, student, and creator of Yoga for Change, OM Flow® and The OM Project. Warm and approachable, Grace is well-known for her ability to guide students deeper into their bodies and into their consciousness through intentional language and adjustments. Her style is gentle, creative and balanced, focusing on healthy alignment, therapeutic instruction, and encouraged bouts of laughter. A powerful blend of movement and breath, her Vinyasa Yoga classes bring the body into its full of range of motion, while encouraging artistry, alignment, balance, flexibility and grace. For more on Grace: www.graceflowersyoga.com.

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Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Melissa B

If you have very tight hips, this video may not be helpful.

Yvette W

might be ok if you're already very flexible. Not if you're trying to recover very tight hips.

Kathryn W

More yin practices like this one, please. Long, short, it doesn't matter. Great practice!