Yin/Yang Yoga for the Hips

Sarah Jane Steele
Instructor Sarah Jane Steele
4.579235
Average: 4.6 (183 votes)
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Duration:
35
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33

Sarah-Jane warms you up with a fun, unique sun salutation, then takes you deep into the hips with a series of hip-releasing yin yoga poses. Yin/yang yoga is great as a yoga for beginners class, they are great for stress relief and they enhance the numerous benefits of yoga, since the warm yang so effectively prepares the body for the deep releases of yin yoga.

Equipment: None
Style: Yin Yoga

Comments

rachorse 3 years ago

Lovely class. Great teacher. Just the right amount of explanation and talking. Thank you :)

sealion 3 years ago

I have been struggling with hip pain for years. I feel great after this session and I will be returning to it regularly until I can sit as deep in the poses as you! Thank you!

DeniseCS 3 years ago

What a way to learn about patience while working on those hips. Thank you Sarah. You are adorable and a great teacher.

kejarboe 3 years ago

This video introduced me to the yin/yang style of yoga and it's right up my ally! I can really feel the difference. Trying to get back into a yoga routine since the gym is out of the question right now and this style seems to be a great way to get me going again. Thanks!

CaleidoscopeCourt 3 years ago

So appreciative for this class. I haven't felt this open in a while. Worth the bookmark :) namaste ~

sberm 3 years ago

Thanks so much for introducing me to this style of yoga. Great instruction! Namaste

kbfries 3 years ago

This really helped my hip and lower back pain. Thank you, Sarah Jane.

montessorimum 3 years ago

I, too, have hip flexor difficulties like TurtleVsHare, so a modification would be helpful. However, I truly appreciate the flow of discussion during the poses to reinforce the need for keeping open and breathing.

TurtlevsHare 3 years ago

The class is good and I felt more flexible, more fluid at the end but that one simple position at about 10:30 is basically impossible for my hips and knees. A modifier there would have been helpful.