Bow Pose: Hip Flexor Release

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
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Average: 4.9 (114 votes)
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Duration:
42
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05

This class is part two in a 4-part series taking you to bow pose (dhanurasana). Moving on from what you learned in Bow Pose: Core Strength, Rachel alternates between a brisk hatha flow and a series of deep, long holds, warming the body up so you can release the hip flexors and the front of the pelvis, ultimately making it easier for your pelvis to tilt back and your body to move into a backbend. This class also has a peak pose, dancers (natarajasana) and will prepare you for the next classes in this series: Bow Pose: Open the Shoulders, and Bow Pose: Ready for the Peak!

Equipment: None
Style: Hatha Yoga

Comments

saxorax 2 years ago

This is such a great full-body class that really leaves me feeling stronger and more centered. It's already a go-to class in my schedule. Thank you, Rachel!

David Procyshyn 2 years ago

I fully agree. I love this class because of how strong and centered it makes me feel. It's a really smart, thorough, well-taught flow.

Don Ridenour 2 years ago

This was my second class with Rachel and I have to say, I cannot wait to tackle part 3. Great pace and instructions are clear and concise. Thank you Rachel and DYWM.

wittymoose 2 years ago

Perfect class! I am back to running after a 6 month hiatus and was feeling hip flexor soreness, I am backing off on my mileage and will do more yoga (again). Slacking off on yoga = poor running form. Thank you so much for a really well done class with great instructions on what/where to focus

welldongirl 2 years ago

Always excited for another class from Rachel. This one doesn't disappoint. Thanks for a great session.

Archana 2 years ago

Thanks for perfect blend of flow and strength, Rachel! One more for my bookmarked videos!

Smellyfric 2 years ago

I loved the pace of this class. Really warmed up and stretched my hip flexor so. Also enjoyed the rotations. Will do this one again. Thank you Rachel

roxy1 2 years ago

I really enjoyed the sequences and flow of this class! I will be doing this one more often! Thank you!