Stretch your hips, hamstrings, glutes and psoas out in this class that's great for any time of day.
Recommended props: 1 blanket
This is basically just 4 variations of the supine glute stretch (runners or those who do glute workouts are probably already incorporating some of this in your post-workout stretches/cooldown). It's fine, nothing wrong with this class. But if you're like me and just shifting through the hundreds of interesting yoga classes on this site to find something different from your post workout stretches - check out a different video.
***For reference, I'm in my 30s and have been a runner for about 2 decades. Around level 2 yoga level, tight hips and hamstrings, but can get into an almost side split.
Great any level class for a good stretch for hips and glutes. Just what I needed.
It’s a nice stretch but definitely not a Level 2.
Gentle but effective,relaxing stretches. Good timing - feeling good!
This is a nice stretch but there isn’t any challenge whatsoever.
This sequence was awesome and exactly what I needed. I was a bit sore and tight from running the day before but this practice helped my legs and glutes feel a lot better. Thank you!
This will be my new go to hip and glute stretch video. Gentle stretches built together in a very effective way. My glutes feel so much better! Thank you!
My glutes and hamstrings were tight all day today because of my practice yesterday. This was a nice and simple practice that stretch all the right places.
very nice breathing guidance!
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