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Hip Enough?

Hip Enough?

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Ease back pain, gain a more agile gait, and clear out negative emotions with this hip-opening sequence by San Francisco yoga teacher Stephanie Snyder.

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The exercise instructions and advice presented in this video are designed for people who are in good health and physically fit. They are not intended to substitute for medical counseling. The creators, producers, participants, and distributors of Yoga Journal disclaim any liability for loss or injury in connection with the exercises shown or the instruction and advice expressed.

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Release negative emotions and improve your alignment by opening your hips.

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Reader Comments

Wanda

Didn't realize how tight I had become. This was just enough to savor the moment.

Diane

This is fast moving but excellent and it has become my favorite. It provides an overall stretch and is perfect even if done at the end of the day. And it's easy to follow. Please do more videos like this. Kudos again!

McKenzie

Too fast! For a beginner it takes a second to look at the screen and figure out what's going on.

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