Yoga Safety and Alignment – Tips for your Hips

Continuing our short video series on alignment and safety cues, Qi founder Mark O’Brien teaches how to improve your lunges with open hips and straight knees.

Many people struggle with keeping their hips steady, strong and open especially in poses like side angle pose. The best place to start with this is to have your thigh, knee and toes all agree where straight forward is before organising your back hip to open up from there.

Watch Mark below and see if it can help you enjoy your pose with more sustainability, comfort and safety.

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