I'm Sara Holliday, and I'm going to demonstrate Yoga positions to realign your hips. Many of us have tight hips which can lead to low back pain and hip pain and I'm going to demonstrate a few simple postures that you can do to help reduce pain and realign your hips. We're going to start off in plank position, going into pigeon pose. I'm going to start stepping my right leg forward and then bringing my back foot flat to the mat. Now, you'll notice that because I'm flexible, that my front leg is in line with my wrist, but you might not have that flexibility yet and if you don't, you want to bring your heel in towards your body this way; that way you won't hurt anything. So, honor your body and then we're going to take it down. Now, if you already feel a deep stretch into that right hip and buttocks, just stay up here just like this. But, if you feel you could take it deeper and keep the same alignment at the hips, then you might want to use a Yoga block first one step at a time; bringing the elbows to the block and or pressing into the third eye, which is the space of intuition. Then, holding it here for three to five deep breaths, at least three to five. You could also take it even lower if you're more flexible all the way down, or even extend it. So, I recommend taking it one step at a time first. After you've held it there for at least three to five deep breaths, we're going to switch sides, bringing it back to plank position and then stepping the left foot forward. Back toes flat to the mat, lengthen and notice how your hip feels, and then choose where you want to go for placing the elbows. And then holding for three to five deep breaths, focus on breathing into that tight hip and buttocks area. Imagine the breath filling up those tight hip places. Then, we're going to move our weight towards the left side, swinging our right foot around, going into cobbler's pose. Bring your heels in towards you, inhale lift the knees, exhale use your elbows to press the knees apart, leading with the heart towards your feet. Then relaxing your head and holding it here for at least five to ten breaths. And you can repeat the sequence several times until you feel your tight hips loosening up.