Yin Yoga to Nourish Your Hips

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
Average: 4.8 (46 votes)
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In this 60-minute yin practice, you will be guided through a delicious and nourishing yin practice designed to open the hips and recover from daily activities such as sitting, walking, running, and biking.

Equipment: Block, Bolster, Blankets
Style: Yin Yoga


Michelle82 2 months ago

I really loved this practice. I will be coming back to this again. :)

katielee23 9 months ago

Thank you, Rachel, my hips are smiling after all those lovely releases.

Lovetorun 9 months ago

Rachel you are becoming one of my favorite instructors! I am really enjoying all your classes. This is great for athletes who need to hold the stretches longer. You need patience with this practice. But YOU gave me so many options which I loved. You are an inspiration and have great strength.

Lovetorun 9 months ago

Yes, I do love to run. I've told allot of my triathlete friends about this site. They could so benefit from it. One of my running books talks about the importance of flexibility and stretching and the benefits of holding the stretches longer. I'm growing to love yoga and it's only because of this site. I really hope you consider doing another Yin Yoga class. No Pressure! :-) The ques you provide while instructing the class are excellent.

Rachel Scott 9 months ago

I am going to be filming some new classes in Jan....a yin yoga for runners could be awesome! I'll ask my collaborators and we'll try to get it in the line up! And that is so great to hear...the team here is really excited to share yoga and it's so rewarding when we can spread the love :) Happy New Year!

Rachel Scott 9 months ago

I am so happy to hear that you enjoyed this class! I'm guessing from your handle that you are a runner :) I had athletes like you in mind for this practice and it's great to hear that the class has been useful. XO

brownie72 10 months ago

This has become my Friday evening go-to class. I look forward to it all week! Thanks, Rachel.