The 2 Yoga Postures You Need To Open Tight Hips

Caley Alyssa is a 900+ hour certified, international yoga teacher whose practice helped her transform her life and realize her dreams. Today, we’re sharing her expertise on how you can use proper yoga alignment to open up tight hips. For more useful yoga tips that will help you dive deeper into your practice, check out her new Advanced Online Yoga Training—a first-of-its-kind training led by this yoga superstar, that you can take anytime, anywhere. 

Tight hips are a very common nuisance, especially among people who sit at their desks all day, or athletes—like runners or cyclists—who do a lot of moving in one direction only. Yoga can be a great remedy to this problem, especially the two postures I'm going to teach you today: Warrior II and Triangle Pose.

Give them a try yourself, and really pay attention to the feeling of your hips opening up as you move. Do these anytime you need a good stretch. They're great for doing in your office at work, after a hard workout, or when you wake up first thing in the morning.

Caley Alyssa

RYT 900 & mbg Class Instructor
Caley Alyssa is a internationally renowned Los Angeles–based yoga teacher and the founder of Caley Yoga. She credits yoga with helping her define and accomplish her dreams, and she's passionate about helping others manifest their own dreams as well—both through the classes she teaches and the relationships she forms off the mat. She is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, and has completed multiple yoga trainings, including Yoga Works 200-hour Teacher Training, Dharma Mittra 500-hour Teacher Training, Yoga Tree 200-hour Teacher Training, Shiva Rea Chakra Vinyasa Teacher Training, and Children’s Yoga Teacher Training. She is also the instructor of two very successful mindbodygreen classes—28 Days to Yoga Bliss and Yoga Inversions 101—and the newest mindbodygreen training, the 100-Hour Yoga Training.
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