Feeling tight? Want to improve your flexibility?
Come and join international senior yoga teacher Sanjay for some serious hips and hammies fun! Over 3 hours stretch and breathe your way to bliss through Power and Yin Yoga styles.
Increasing your stretch and joint rotation takes time, but with a little help from Yin Yoga we can get there quicker by holding passive stretches for up to 5 minutes! Holding postures for this length of time ensures that we start to move from within our joints providing us with more permanent openings in the hips.
It is also a great way to help release stuck emotions and quite often you may find yourself laughing or even feeling some unresolved anger. This workshop is a perfect space to feel and release these emotions.
Past Hips and Hammies Participants
Your Hips & Hammies class is really great. It has helped me become aware of linening up my hips and stretching my hammies in a proper and safe way. Brian
It has helped increase my flexibility everywhere not just my hamstrings. Lengthening the hip flexors helped get rid of the tightness in my hamstrings and therefore allows me to bend forward deeper and allows me to do my twists and binds. Lisa
All yoga practitioners (new and advance students) will definitely benefit from your class because well developed, strong hamstrings prevent injury and act as stabilizers for many other movements. Erlinda
I have enjoyed doing Sanjay’s Hips and Hammies workshop so much; I’ve actually done the workshop four times now. Each time I participate in the workshop, it allows me to reach new heights of openness in my subsequent yoga practises. The longer holds on poses mean that you can deeply work on areas that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to in a standard yoga class. Some poses can be intense; however the results derived are amazing. I highly recommend it – and any of Sanjay’s workshops and classes. Aysha
Sanjay has been teaching yoga for over 8 years and has been intensively practicing and studying elements of yoga, meditation, ayurveda and reiki since 1996. His training has taken him to Thailand, India and Nepal and his work to North America, UK, Australia and Asia. For more information please visit: