Yoga to Open Hips | Back & Hip Pain Relief, How To Beginners Stretch Routine, Total Wellness Austin

Yoga to Open Hips | Back & Hip Pain Relief, How To Beginners Stretch Routine, Total Wellness Austin

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Yoga to Open Hips | Back & Hip Pain Relief, How To Beginners Stretch Routine, Total Wellness Austin

The hip openers will help ease pain and tension in the low back, sciatic nerve (sciatica), knees and ankles. Tight hips can cause pain throughout the legs and can result in hip replacement if the joint becomes too stressed.

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34 thoughts on “Yoga to Open Hips | Back & Hip Pain Relief, How To Beginners Stretch Routine, Total Wellness Austin”

  1. I love your videos!! I have never been flexible in my life and all your videos have totally change my life and my routine!! thank you !!

  2. I have been having some issues with my lower back and hip flexors for almost a year now.  I have gone to a chiropractor and not to mention taken a lot of pain relievers. My friend shared this video with me and I have no been doing this for a week and feel so much better than I have in awhile. Thank you +PsycheTruth !

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  3. I am amazed that these yoga instructors teach “beginner” exercises designed to healed “pain” yet they provide very advanced motions. if i could do those movements i would not have any pain.  just look at their flexibility at the joints. most people with pain issues could NEVER do them! obviously they never had pain.

    1. well women Robyn, let me tell you, you could not have been in that much pain to do all these. these movements require no restrictions  in joint motion and a high degree of flexibility. if you have a condition limiting joint motions such as even moderate arthritis, you could not bring your foot to you armpit like she does in the video. my guess is that you in your early 30s and have not been diagnosed with any degenerative joint condition that causes pain. try these in 20 years and see if you can still handle them. my point is simple: if you can do these, you really do not have any pain.

    2. +brian c
      as a man, would you have any experience with menstrual pain? Who are you to say whether or not Robyn’s aches were painful or not? It may not be the same kind of pain as degenerative joint conditions, granted, but it is still real and you can’t simply dismiss that.

    3. You are smart in thinking I have never had menstral pain. you girls just missed the boat. she commented on my post and started this without even understanding what I was saying. .  just so you get it, I posted “just look at their flexibility at the joints. most people with pain issues could NEVER do them!” No were did I mention menstruation but I suspect one of us is having it right now. 

    4. I have degenerative disc disease in both of my hips, and I’m in a lot of pain usually. However, I’m still flexible and can do all of this.

  4. You’re able to remove your back pain completely by replace your eating plan slightly – I’ve try and now almost relief all the pain. I think you should try it

  5. I was trying to squat heavy weights and noticed that my hip flexors were really tight (pain) and tugging on my lower back, which was due to poor glute activation. I was told by Strengthcamp’s Elliot Hulse that I should lay off the heavy weights on my legs for a few months and do some Yoga that opened hips. Today was my first day and I started sweating, shaking, and breathing really shallow, which is indicative that the exercise is working on some weak muscles. I will keep this up. Thanks.

    1. Hey man, I like Elliot’s stuff too. I have the same issue – lower back pain (tail)
      Did the stretching help? What was your progress?
      Thanks

    2. +whatever04811
       I do these stretches every time after I train/lift. My hip flexor pain was coming from bad squat form, and I realized I needed to start using more of my adductors in my legs (groin muscles), and it has gone away.

      As for my lower back pain, the stretching and squat techniques helped, but it is really posture and form during exercise. Keep the chest out, and don’t let your lower back round, even during sitting, for me.

      Hope that helps. Good luck.

  6. Lori, you are such a sweetheart…sometimes I focus on your voice and it helps me breathe easier. I may be in love with you. I appreciate you. Peace and blessings…

  7. These are great stretches but sometimes you hold the poses too long. . You say 30 seconds but it’s over a minute or more
    Thanks tho

  8. I struggle to even get into the first pose to be able to stretch my Psoas properly as the further I go forward the more the tight my groin/hamstrings get 🙁

  9. This back pain guide really shocks me, search for Google “fetching loni”. Generally, I only say this helps keep my knees, hips and also back all aligned properly. As I get out of bed early in the day, I really don`t feel pain any more. The condition of my knees has enormously enhanced ever since I began using this..

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