Deep Release for the Hips, Hamstrings and Lower Back

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 4.9 (1034 votes)
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This class is slow, gentle and offers a deep opening for the muscles around the hips, lower back and legs. Its pace alone allows you to sink into a beautiful state of calm. Add the beautiful sounds of Craig Paterson, master musician, and you will be lulled into a deep, lovely, relaxed state. If you are looking for more, check out our 1-month program, Beginner Yoga for Optimal Lower Back Health (need to subscribe to access).

Equipment: Strap
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Athletes, Yoga for Runners, Yoga for Back Care


cherry margo 9 years ago

So appreciate this wonderful class. Thanks so much. fantastic stretches, just what I needed.

azme 9 years ago

I am a gardener and a recreational golfer who plays several times a week and when I'm not I'm in my garden I'm helping someone else with theirs. My calves, hamstrings, glutes and hips have been SO tight for the last week. This was a terrific yoga practice, I feel pain free and loose right now (something difficult for me to achieve) I am going to try and do this practice once a week and a shorter practice in between that focus' on these groups of muscles. Thanks for this. Fantastic!

Anastasia Hange... 9 years ago

My hips and back were soooo sore; I had a hot bath then did this class, and wow did it feel good. This class does a great job at targeting isolated and varied parts of the hips, back and hamstrings. Thanks!

mpbandjra 9 years ago

Thank you for the wonderful class. I enjoyed it very much.

Auszen 9 years ago

Great class. Music was amazing, the setting was spectacular, and as always, beautiful stretches.

Thanks for all you guys do!


Elsanna 9 years ago

Enjoyed this class, very well sequenced stretches and beautiful setting ! Thanks

David Procyshyn 7 years ago

Thanks, Michelle and Gordon for the great feedback.
It's David who taught the class... Craig provided the background music.
All the best, Team