Build heat and strength first, and then stretch deeply. Recommended props: 1 blanket, 1 bolster

My hips loved this class:)

Jackie W.

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Love this class.Hips definite f.eel more open. For those who sometimes need a break from chatturangas due to wrist pain this is a great class.

Annette R.

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All of my favorite hip openers packed into 30 minutes. I would suggest a quick warm-up first (e.g. a few cat/cows or down dogs). I'm coming back to this class for sure.

Lisa S.

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She has a light and funny teaching style :) karate chop! :D but her alignment points are on point. Nice sequence

Riza M.

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Best 30 minute hip opener sequence ever! I really enjoy Jesse's upbeat personality in her classes and getting right to it. This class starts my day off perfectly feeling good inside my body.

Sandra S.

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disappointed that 2 of the videos for hips are unavailable

Laurie J.

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Hips feel great! I paused between poses to allow myself more time in each posture. It helps having two different people demonstrating different variations of each pose.

Crystal D.

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This was a good 30 minute class. Just know that there really is no warm-up, she dives right into the workout! This practice definitely points out my weak/tight spots, however, on of the women does an easier version that was good to follow!

Sarah F.

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I've done quite a few hip openers, but by far this one is the best. I love Jesse's instructions and just the over practice. I could feel myself relaxing and my hips opening. Thank you Jesse

Jessica R.

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Enjoyable and well-paced hip opening sequence. Great way to start the day!

Katherine T.

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Nice hip opening class. Im looking forward to tryong the other classes in the flying pigeon series.

Rafika R.

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Started with externally rotated standing poses, no vinyasa. Second half included pigeon, figure 4 etc. Nice half hour to strengthen and stretch hips!

Meaghan Q.

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