Pretty much every yoga pose requires the hips to externally or internally rotate. One of the reasons why I quit ballet was because I never had good turnout (external rotation) just like the dancer in Centerstage. Though really I had no hope of ever being a professional.
Being able to control and improve the rotation we have in our hips will help to discover our own versions of yoga postures. If you only have a certain amount of internal rotation, your Warrior 1 will look different than someone who has more.
By finding the end ranges and improving our strength at those points, we may be able to “deepen” the pose. (Quotes as deeper is relative.)
Grab some socks and to slide our way into asanas, while opening your hips.
Class Length: 50 Minutes
Level: All Levels with No Flow
Suggested Equipment: Yoga Mat, Socks or Paper Plate, 1 Blanket or Towel, Optional 2 Blocks
Delivery Method: Upon purchase, you will receive a link to download this class.
Refund Policy: Due to the virtual nature of this product, there will be no refunds. All sales are final.