Build heat and strength first, and then stretch deeply. Recommended props: 1 blanket, 1 bolster
My hips loved this class:)
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.
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.
She has a light and funny teaching style :) karate chop! :D but her alignment points are on point. Nice sequence
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.
disappointed that 2 of the videos for hips are unavailable
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.
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!
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
Enjoyable and well-paced hip opening sequence. Great way to start the day!
Nice hip opening class. Im looking forward to tryong the other classes in the flying pigeon series.
Started with externally rotated standing poses, no vinyasa. Second half included pigeon, figure 4 etc. Nice half hour to strengthen and stretch hips!
Breakdown eka pada koundinyasana, which is a really fun arm balance and big hip opener. Try this short class to warm up first!
Move at a slower pace so you can draw your attention to your breath and alignment and really notice where you feel the sensations of a pose. Recommended props: 1 block
In 10 minutes you will open your shoulders, chest and upper back, which are areas of the body that we hold a lot of stress. Recommended props: 1 strap