Added by on August 6, 2013 It will help your yoga practice to become more flexible in the hip area. Here are 3 exercises to open the inner thighs. Nothing too…




  • seldomburn 7 years ago

    You always post a video for exactly what I need that day. Much love!!

  • kittyruler10 7 years ago

    I like the way you speak

  • messalexa 7 years ago

    For how long have you been practicing yoga?

  • irca27 7 years ago

    Thank you! Can you do it cold or do you have to warm up first?

  • Bonker Bonker 7 years ago


  • Aspiring Runner 7 years ago

    Fantastic video and information. Love your accent by the way. Much love to ya from the U.S.

  • Tiandi Cai 7 years ago


  • GailM11 7 years ago

    Excellent, as always. I like how you brought in your awareness. If possibly, can you elaborate on that in your upcoming vids. Thank you – Namaste 🙂

  • Laura Booth 7 years ago

    me too! its like she reads my thoughts 🙂 xx

  • seldomburn 7 years ago

    I’m pretty sure she does. I was on a playlist of hers, still doing exercises from the previous video, and what she was saying was still appropriate.

  • John McIce 7 years ago

    Great exercise, Too bad I don’t understand a word. Is this Danish?

  • CalisthenicTraining 7 years ago


  • CalisthenicTraining 7 years ago

    Im all over the place….what would be a good place to start?
    you have so many great exercises&sequences…I already do the hip&shoulder ones

  • yogatic 7 years ago

    If you want guidance and start with beginners and then level1 classes etrc. Go to my website ekhartyogadotcom the beginners page. Link is in the description of the video. I’m afraid in youtube you have to find your won way. There are playlists in the channel, and there are beginners series as well. Enjoy!

  • YukiTombo 7 years ago

    do you have anything for chronically tight calf muscles? I can’t even do downward dog without some discomfort. bedankt!

  • Zao Yoga 7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing. This is a nice one.

  • Lindethiel 7 years ago

    2:53 Esther, is that noise your joints? I ask because I’m not sure if this is normal. My knees have always clicked and cracked even as a child but there is never any pain at all. I assume it’s air bubbles popping in my joints. Is this a sign of a beginner (such as myself,) or is it a genetic thing do you think?

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