Thin hips - the problem is very common, even among those who regularly engage in any kind of sport. However, good leg flexibility is not only a more graceful and easy gait, but also good blood supply and metabolism.

And, according to yoga, in our body all processes - on a subtle level - are controlled by prana - the internal energy of the body. And this prana moves easier, without stagnation, when the body is flexible enough, and the muscles are elastic. Therefore, yoga postures, for the most part, are aimed at developing and maintaining sufficient flexibility of muscles and joints. Although the training aspect, of course, is also given due attention.

In addition to improved energy exchange, here are some more useful features of good flexibility:

Preventing injuries

Improved coordination of movements

Increased Stamina

Ease in body

The skin looks better (due to improved metabolism).

The following set of yoga exercises for the hips and buttocks will give you slender and elastic hips, and also help develop the ability to sit on a string (any).

Check out 8 yoga hip stretches that can make you feel good

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#1. Bow Pose

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#2. Camel Pose

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#3. Cobra Pose

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#4. Thread the Needle Pose

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#5. Fish Pose

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#6. Jathara Parivartasana

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#7. Standing Forward Bend Pose

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#8. Supta Virasana

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