Hip openers for relief from sciatica, tight lower back, hips, piriformis & IT band.

Sciatica, tight lower back, tight hips, tight piriformis and tight IT band… no matter what it is… it is no picnic!

Sometimes we have all the above, sometimes 1 or 2 and sometimes sciatica can be confused with tightness in the piriformis or tightness in the iliotibial (IT) band.

In this video Renee explains in depth and uses Yin Yoga postures to help get relief from pain. Don’t expect a 1 and done miracle, however if you do this video at least once per day or venture into her other Yin Yoga videos then you could start to find some relief sooner than later… the more you try these stretches and hip openers… the more success you will have. If you are super tight, there is no instant gratification, but there are things we can do to ease the suffering.

You have nothing to lose and so much to gain by working into the full range of movement in the hips with hip openers and finding inner rotation as well, lengthening your hamstrings, the iliotibial (IT) band, and piriformis and all the muscles around the lower body.

To learn more about how important it is to find the full range of motion in your hips read my blog on Yoga – Hip Openers and the Lesser Talked About Counter Poses!

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