Heavenly Hips

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
Average: 4.8 (299 votes)
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If you want more flexibility around your pelvis, you couldn't find a better class. In 60 minutes you will improve the range of motion in your hips, groin, hip flexors, hamstrings and back. Rachel teaches yoga teachers for a living, which is evident in her style and clarity. She's an incredible instructor to watch, and learning from her is a unique experience.

Equipment: Block
Style: Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa/Power Yoga


zoeg 1 week ago

I found the description for this class a little misleading. More strength than stretch. I was really looking for some juicy release for my hips and hamstrings, and while there is plenty of hip work, it was a little too advanced/intense for my tight hips today.

It's probably a great class for another day, but my sore and fatigued body was looking for release and not as much heat.

Rachel Scott 1 week ago

We should change the name to "Heat Up Your hips" ;) ~ This is great feedback for students on the practice, thank you for sharing!! :)

faanrossouw 2 weeks ago

This class is SOO satisfying -- I feel the benefits for days afterward...which just makes me want to do it over and over again! Thank you, Rachel! Your fun, enthusiastic vibes are contagious and inspiring <3

Rachel Scott 1 week ago

YAY!!!! And YUM, I'm so glad that the class is a good addition to your practice :) <3

Itsmaha 1 month ago

Thank you Rachel!!! Your cues are spot on and I am able to get deeper into the poses following your instructions.

David Procyshyn 2 months ago

Thanks for the feedback, everyone! I've changed the difficulty to Intermediate I and included both Hatha and Vinyasa to the Style category, since Rachel's approach is a bit slower than a typical vinyasa class.

deidreh 3 months ago

Perhaps this would better be categorized as a Vinyasa class? Many, many chaturangas and downward-facing dogs. It's a great class! Only pointing out so folks can better find what they're looking for.

Maputo 6 months ago

Agree with others, that it's level 1, 2, 3 intermediate. The queuing is such that there's a little more explanation for moves, but lots of gradations to challenge oneself (as always with yoga). Much enjoyed the class.