Yoga for the Hips, Hamstrings and Back

David Procyshyn
Instructor David Procyshyn
4.728725
Average: 4.7 (376 votes)
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Duration:
26
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59

This online hatha yoga class is perfect for athletes who are looking for a routine they can do to lessen stiffness and risk of injury due to training. It stretches the hips, hamstrings and lower back repeatedly throughout the class, which is an effective way to quickly increase flexibility.

Equipment: Strap
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Athletes, Yoga for Runners, Yoga for Back Care

Comments

waywardsister 2 weeks ago

I come back to this, and the longer version, all the time. One of the best - thank you!

waywardsister 2 weeks ago

I come back to this, and the longer version, all the time. One of the best - thank you!

Sooz03927 3 months ago

I'm a guy with very tight hamstrings and I was amazed that I could forward fold when my legs were crossed in front of me. This class seemed very good for me. I can't do a forward fold when I am sitting with my legs out in front of me due to the right hamstrings (and calves), and don't know what to do about that, especially as I can't do forward fold when standing due to orthostatic hypertension. These darn tight muscles are holding me back from mastering many of the poses I try to do when practicing with my girlfriend!

dspicer1 7 months ago

I have been doing this video on and off for a couple of years and I really love it. The outdoor setting is gorgeous. Wondering where it was filmed

oakhazel 8 months ago

I really enjoyed this lesson. It does end without any prompts which is a bit odd. I don't normally enjoy music with yoga but this soundtrack was very relaxing. Great hip stretches.

JMacDee 9 months ago

I enjoyed this class and felt some good hip stretches. I would categorise this as higher than beginner level 1 as David does not give stages where you can stop along the way. I think that might be helpful for true beginners. I loved the poses and loved the outdoor setting. The class ends with no sound or word (as the previous poster noted) it's fine as long as you are prepared for it. Do try it if you want to stretch your hips (like after sitting all day).

Nikki_Paulie 1 year ago

Mabye this is David's style, but the last two classes I've taken with him he hasn't verbally noted the end of class. We go into Savasana and then the video/music stops. I'd like some sort of "we're done" so I'm not laying there wondering why I've been in Savasana for so long! Ha! Help me out! :)

David Procyshyn 1 year ago

Ha! Yes, I completely understand the feeling you're having when you're left in savasana. This is one of the very first videos that we ever recorded and back then, we didn't do a verbal ending... we simply let it trail off. In our entire catalogue there are very few videos like this, so you won't experience it very often. But now you're ready if it happens again! :-)

Jaimee_T 1 year ago

PERFECT post run stretches. My studio closed due to the quarantine and I was beginning to feel tight and stiff in my hips, hamstrings, and back on my run today. Came home searched hip, hamstrings and back and found this little gem of 26 minutes. Its going to be a regular part of my training from now on.