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Loosen up those tight hips—and let go of whatever you’re holding onto—with this short sequence.
When was the last time you gave thanks for your ability to move through your yoga practice?
If you still cross your legs when you sneeze or situate your mat at the back of class "just in case," you can do more than just Kegels to recover.
You've got more than just tightness stored in your hips. Release whatever emotional gunk may be gumming up your gears with these block-supported poses.
It's time to open up those tight hips.
Plus: Why deeper lunges won't do it.
Go from tired and wired to feeling energized and calm with a sequence that targets your back, shoulders, hamstrings, and hips.
These simple moves will powerfully balance your legs, pelvis, and spine whether you're at your desk, out and about, or on the mat.
Flexible and strong, hamstrings are key to a healthy, happy yoga practice. Here's what you need to know in order to lengthen and strengthen these muscles.
When yogis talk hips, it's generally about opening them. But your hips CAN be too open... Learn why balancing strength and flexibility in the hips is so important.
Every yogi can melt hip tension with this Monkey Pose sequence (with mods!) from the yoga teacher, body-positive advocate, and Instagram star.
Balancing forces is particularly crucial when it comes to addressing the feeling of “tightness” many of us have in our hips.
Most women know they should be strengthening their pelvic floors, but what about lengthening? Try this 10-step practice for strong and supple muscles to support childbirth, your vital organs, and even your love life.
Do you have open hips? While that might let you get into advanced postures, too much range of motion can actually work against you. Here are 3 steps to go from hypermobility to stability.
Lord of the Dance Pose (Natarajasana) requires foundation, stability, concentration, flexibility, and balanced action -- everything you need as you set out to achieve your goals for the New Year.
Find length and stay centered to lift step by step into the One-Footed Pose dedicated to the Sage Koundinya I.