Hip Opening Sequence

Are your hips tight? According to the article written by Sara Novak on Naturally Savvy, "Your hips are the body’s junk drawer - they hold emotional stressors when you’re not sure where else to put them, yet you’re not entirely ready to release them. Have you ever felt the need to burst into tears in the middle of or directly after a yoga class? If so, it’s likely that the class included a host of hip openers, causing an emotional release marked by a flood of tears. Our tight hips aren’t just a result of sitting at a desk, in a car, or on the sofa while watching television, they’re also a sign of emotional stress building in the body’s largest joint. The hips are the body’s stabilizers, but they also serve as storage units that house sad memories, financial fears, relationship woes, and family issues. By taking the time each and every day to focus ample attention on the hips, you’ll release anxiety, fear, depression, and sadness - See more at: http://naturallysavvy.com/care/what-are-your-tight-hips-telling-you#sthash.YHgZE0RO.dpuf"

At Hot Feet our yoga instructors like to run through different yoga flows or sequences, and we recently posted about one on Seattle Yoga News. Check out the full article and/or picture below to get tension out of your hips and feel more relaxed:

http://seattleyoganews.com/hip-opening-yoga-poses/

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In Health, 
Teanna Gentry
Director of Operations at Hot Feet Fitness