Release Your Inner Hippie

Tracey Noseworthy
Instructor Tracey Noseworthy
4.89349
Average: 4.9 (169 votes)
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Duration:
23
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23

Tracey delivers a lovely floor series designed to explore the relationship between your hips, hamstrings and lower back. Slide out of your chair, roll out your mat and embrace your inner hippie!

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa Yoga

Comments

sk8rgrl 3 weeks ago

Definitely noticed a difference sitting cross-legged at the beginning (uncomfortable) to sitting the same at the end (comfortable!)

amyjgb 3 weeks ago

I noticed a lot of feelings of "can't" and "failure" during this practice, and it didn't help that a few times (for example, seated twist with both legs bent) my body just couldn't go into the "right" posture and I didn't know which part of the posture to sacrifice (do I let my butt rise off the floor so that my foot can reach the floor on the other side? or do I let my foot hang?) Struggling a lot today.

d55mw 1 month ago

Tracey, your online yoga, in particular this one, is keeping me sane and healthy through the pandemic! This is completely unique how you access the hips, glutes and hamstrings. Your last pose is one I can sort of attempt so it feels like a place to return and notice the subtle changes. Thank you and namaste :) /|\

Dennette 8 months ago

This was a wonderful practice. There is much going on emotionally in my life right now and this practice was just what I needed.

gretchenc 8 months ago

This was great, I hope you do more short stretch videos. They are perfect for my stiff old body when I get up in the morning. I tried this while sitting on a low flat blaster and found I could really dig in better. Thanks!!

sng4ever 10 months ago

Such a nice practice for the hips. Not long enough however it is great!

emhenry 1 year ago

I could happily do that class over an hour! Thank you Tracey xx

mario-gp 1 year ago

Hi, Tracey

The only thing missing in this class for me was a stretch exercise for the lower back at the very end. I felt I really needed one.
P.s. How I wish I had the money to go to one of your retreats. I love your classes.