Hip Flexor Heaven

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
Average: 4.6 (272 votes)
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This class targets the hips flexors, a common problem area for many, including runners, athletes, people with desk jobs and those with hyperlordosis. David guides you through a class that builds gradually toward a final series of deep openers for the quads and psoas muscles, starting and finishing with a guided relaxation.

Equipment: Block
Style: Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Athletes, Yoga for Runners, Yoga for Back Care


sng4ever 8 months ago

I do a lot of weight lifting so this is a great practice in between workouts. You will feel a lot of new sensations which is a wonderful surprise from a lot of practices.

Helen O 10 months ago

This class was perfect - just what I needed for underactive glutes and tight hip flexors. David's attention to detail made all the poses really meaningful and effective. I'd love to see more Intermediate classes from David - he encourages you to stretch your limits while keeping your body safe.

ag329 7 months ago

Completely agree! I chose this class because of your comments here. :) My left glute and leg were tingling all day. This gave me the stretch I needed. I, too, would like to see more Intermediate classes from David. I enjoy the intent, meaning and instruction with each stretch.

gretchenc 10 months ago

This is just what I need, it relieved my aches and pains and now I'm ready for the day. The instructions were fabulous. I always learn something new too. Thank you!!

TammyB 11 months ago

Wow, this really helped to create space in my hip flexors, one of my favourites for sure. Thankyou David!

acalexander 1 year ago

This for me is definitely one of your best classes David...so appreciated for a mind/body carrying a history of intense athletic performance and injury. Thanks for all you do :)

HannahBeth 1 year ago

This class does wonders for me every time I do it, and I do it pretty often. Most of my workouts consist of running, weight lifting, and free weight exercises, as well as some cycling and hiking here and there. I also walk 2-3 miles a day just going from class to class at my university. This class is PERFECT for loosening me up, even when I don't think I need it. So refreshing, so relaxing, and the feel-good feelings stick with you for hours if not days afterward!

Amygatzemeyer 1 year ago

This was an excellent class that really spoke to me- I was able to relax my mind and body and feel great. I was especially drawn to the cue ‘engage your glutes’. It made me realize I don’t typically engage my glutes in lunge. In other sports (running, weight lifting, etc.), I discovered that the emphasis to NOT engage glutes in cobra and septu Banda has made me focus on not engaging glutes and in the long run and lead to some back pain and incorrect form. Do you have a good resource to look through about when to engage glutes in yoga? Thank you!