Pelvic Flexibility and Health

Ron Stewart
Instructor Ron Stewart
Average: 4.7 (24 votes)
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Join Ron in this beginner hatha flow class that focuses on stretching through the hips and pelvis, while working with moola bandha root lock, and breath, to release holding patterns and find more freedom.

This can either be done as a stand-alone class or as Day 13 of Total Body Flexibility And Health 14-Day Yoga Challenge For Men.

Pelvic Flexibility and Health Playlist (to be played with the class)

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Equipment: Bolster, Chair
Style: Hatha Yoga


MereYoga4Life 2 weeks ago

Gorgeous, uplifting class. Love Ron's energy and the reminders of the importance of breath - and the tapping and self-soothing were wonderful especially in the twists. Thank you!

chrisj 3 months ago

Amazing class! - Infectious energy from Ron :>

PianoWire 4 months ago

Nice class, Ron. The easy versions of most stretches were within my grasp. Your flexibility is amazing... and a bit humbling.

SMZalokar 4 months ago

Love the tapping and integration of Qi Gong. My hips are so happy. Thank you!

moflrnz 4 months ago

So glad to have new Ron's classes. That's a very good one, with great stretches and great music too! Enjoyed it very much.

JMacDee 4 months ago

A wonderful new class from Ron and a great addition to the men's yoga challenge, I wish it were an hour long! I appreciated Ron bringing awareness to moola bandha which is a relatively new concept for me. Thanks, more like this please.

spiranthes 4 months ago

I'm confused. You said "exhale" twice when first presenting the moola banda breathing pattern. I'm assuming the first "exhale" was supposed to in "inhale".

Otherwise, this was an excellent video- I have pelvic floor s well as lower back issues, and this is a very helpful sequence.