Hi, I'm Beth Shaw, founder of YogaFit, and today we're going to do a yoga pose to stretch out our hip flexors. Our hip flexors take a whole lot of pressure, and they often are very tight from running, from cycling, even from doing core center work. So, what we're going to do is take a couple of eggs or blocks, place them underneath the sacrum for a restorative bridge pose. So, you wanna put them right underneath, almost underneath your tailbone and that shelf in the lower back. From here, we're going to extend one leg out, and if you feel comfortable, bring the opposite knee into the chest. So, you should feel a deep stretch in the hip flexor. Make sure your toes are pointed towards the sky and you can point and flex the foot a few times and you should start to feel some space, and perhaps some tension where the quadricep connects to the torso, via the hip flexor. So, ideally, you'll wanna stay here for one to five minutes. This is also a nice stretch for the low back. Chances are, if we've got a tight low back, it's because our hip flexors are very tight and they're pulling on our lower back. And, whenever you feel ready, you can go ahead and switch sides, pulling the opposite knee in, extending the leg, pointing and flexing a few times, breathing deeply, and visualize creating space in this very tight area of the body. Again, if you walk a lot, run or cycle, chances are, you've got tight hip flexors. I am Beth Shaw, founder of YogaFit and this is a great stretch for your hip flexor.