Ultimate Hip Mobility – Yoga Flexibility and Stretching

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# 2/7 – Secrets of Nutrition and Flexibility

As a yoga teacher, I can tell you that everyone wants to learn as soon as possible: full lotus, headband and crane pose (Bakasana).

Of the three of these, the full lotus is probably the most difficult but understands the effort. According to Hathapradipika, "there is no asana like padmasana (full lotus)." So it's there!


Ask non-Jewish office workers to sit down on the floor and cross your feet and 9 out of 10 out of the floor and stroking Quasimodo on his back.

Anatomically, there's a lot going on here but basically the guy has a tight hip.


If your hips are very tight (eg nightmares on squatting toilets), your average yoga class will only produce less profits … 10-20% per year.

To duplicate or even triple your progress, continue the class (this is essential), but it takes ten minutes a day and exercises the postures listed below.

1 – Sit down on the floor

2 – Bend your knees

3 – Get your foot up with your foot

4 – Raise your feet as close to (19659002) 5 – Drive forward and place your fingers on the floor

6 – Keep your fingertips moving forward until you can continue

7 – PUSH everything (legs, back, neck, head, arms)

8 – Breathing generally 3-5 minutes [

It looks like this: http://tinyurl.com/2n9oe6

(but stretch your arms … and relax

1 – Take the dog down

2 – Place your right hand between your hands

3 – Drop your left knee to the floor

4 – Press your right leg until your right ankle is below the OR or right knee

5 – Get both hands on the foot floor

6 – If this is comfortable, lower the elbow (if not, not!)

7 – RELAX everything (legs, back, neck, head, arms)

8 – Breathing is usually 3-5 minutes

9 – Repeat on the other side [19659002] Like this guy: http://tinyurl.com/2so4kw

(but put your hand or take off your shoes … and relax!)

be the guy sitting like Quasimodoh, but now I can comfortably take an entire hour or even a full lotus, and this is primarily the two posts that he opened me. If these places are described, the results will be blown!

A couple of tips:

– Do not push or use force … relax completely!

– These stages are practiced weekly for 6 days (consistency is essential)

– Normal Breathing


The two large muscles often attributed to tight hips are not the only sinners) for iliacus and psoas – sometimes hip flexors or ilopsoas. These hard tissues allow us to lift our feet when we lie on our back or raise our bodies in a seat.

Iliacus comes from the bowl of the pool, the psoas (the weird) on the lumbar spine. Both cross sections on the floor of the pool, on the outer edges of smooth bones and on the inner upper femur (femur).


Basically, this is a large muscle strain / fabric that starts at the bottom of the back, extends over the pool and finally connects to your feet. If this tissue is narrowed and shortened, it can not make a lotus (or a lot of other posts).
Thank you for reading!

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