Heavenly Hips

Teacher: 
Rachel Scott
Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Hatha Yoga
Duration: 
68
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45
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Average: 4.7 (237 votes)

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.

Comments

Opening hips
Rachel Scott 2 years ago

Hello! To work on opening the hips to the side, figure four pose (lay on back, cross one ankle over the other knee, draw to chest) is an excellent and stable starter. I love this pose, and it's lovely how it supports the spine as you open the hips. Also doing "deer pose" (I suggest doing a quick google for the visual) is a really lovely way to relax into a hip opener. Let me know how it goes! My apologies for such a delayed response - I just discovered commenting :)

My favorite on the Do Yoga With Me Site!
sarahsarahster 3 years ago

I have practiced along with many different videos on the Do Yoga With Me Site, but this one is my favorite. I would describe my current yoga capability as an advanced beginner, transitioning to intermediate. For my level, this class is the perfect challenge for me. The instruction is excellent and straightforward. It is clear that Rachel has practice & body wisdom that are sometimes lacking in instructors. The flow is invigorating, and I actually break a sweat each time I do it, which I like. I haven't been able to perform the "peak pose" at the end yet, but Rachel inspires me to practice working on it so maybe I will get there one day...

Rachel has developed this unique series using common yoga poses that feels fresh. The rhythm of the class is perfect, building gently enough that my body feels ready for the more challenging poses when they arise. Plus, she threw in a few poses I was not familiar with before watching this video. I love this video!

Sciatica
audreyanne 3 years ago

Really good video for people struggling with sciatica because of pyramidal muscle tightness. Gets pretty hard at the 50th minutes, but I chose to stay in child's pose for a couple minute and relax my inner thights/hips/lower back muscles. Thank you :)

totally awesome
machine 4 years ago

Getting back into yoga after a mountain bike injury. What a fantastic teacher! Rachel, please move to Scotland lol. Thanks for the video rally enjoyed it. Haven't mastered pig pose or shooting feet through arms...... Maybe one day; 0)

Wonderful
ilivelifenow 4 years ago

My hips and back are so tight this is just a wonderful class to help keep me open and have a new goal to work toward with some of these poses! Thank you for this class and thanks to my body for allowing me to do what it did!

I LOVE IT!
lolarunner 4 years ago

Ive been having hip problems for a year now and doing this routine, solves my many hip problems. THANK YOU!

This class felt wonderful!
kny2004 4 years ago

Such great opening and strengthening for the hips. Paced wonderfully to keep the body and mind engaged, with plenty of opportunity to slow down and just enjoy the sensations. Rachel Scott's teaching style is clear and relaxed. I hope to see more from her in the future! I am so happy that I tried this class out. It will definitely be joining my list of favorites.

Fantastic
HashBrown 4 years ago

A really great class, beautifully shot with clear cues. My hips feel so good now. Thank you for posting. Looking to do more of Rachel's classes :-)

Fantastic!
yogapazzo 4 years ago

Love the deep hip openers, twist & balance work! Rachel is an excellent instructor! Feeling glorious!

Wonderful class but not "advanced"
tlell 4 years ago

I really enjoyed the very clear and timely cues and the wonderful progression of the class that opened my hips. However, apart from flying pigeon at the end there were no other advanced postures in this class. Thought I'd just share so people know what to expect!