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Hip openers & Twists Workshop

I'm excited to announce the details of my next workshop, 'hip-openers & twists'. If you're in need of happy hips and a pain free lower back, this workshop will give you instant results!


2, St James Avenue, London West Ealing, GB W13 9DJ

Type of Event

  • Workshop

Yoga Styles



Apr 10
13:00 pmto15:00 pm

Sunday Afternoon



£25 If paid before March 24th, £30 thereafter.

Full Description

Suffering from tight hips?

The hip opening poses work to open the joints and muscles around the hips.

When hips are tight, they increase the load and cause overuse of the spine. For many people, the hips tend to be tight, particularly if you spend long periods of time sitting, whether on long trips or at work.

The hip opening poses are challenging, but offer a variety of physical and emotional benefits.

In addition to the benefits of improved range of motion and circulation and decreased back pain, these poses help to keep the pelvis and hips in proper alignment, which prevents strain and tightness in that area. The results of these poses are felt quickly.

Opening the hips can create an energetic shift or release as well. Yogic tradition holds the hips as a storage ground for negative feelings and pent-up emotions, especially ones related to control in our lives. Hip openers are good for relieving stress and anxiety. The emotional benefits are felt as soon as the tension held in the hips is released.

Suffering from a tight lower back?

You either like or dislike these postures, however there is no doubt, twists will cleanse your internal organs and get your lower back and spine more supple and elastic. The liver, kidneys, stomach, pancreas and spleen are all believed to benefit from the twisting poses. Yoga twists can help to mobilize the joints of your spine by rotating each vertebrae gently.

Benefits of twists:
Relieves lower back pain
Increases digestive health
cleanses the body of impurities
tones abdominal muscles
Reduces stress & anxiety

What to bring:
Water and a yoga mat too ( I have spares )

Please note, workshops are the perfect environment to ask questions and explore with a gathering of like minded people.

Positivity breeds positivity!