Hi, I'm Juliet Kaska and this Yoga tips for hamstrings. The most important tip I could give you, is to make you keep a balanced hamstring, both in strength and flexibility. When you have a balanced hamstring, you're able to have a mobile knee and hip, as well as a stable one. So, our first basic Yoga stretch is called Pyramid. You're going to take your left foot and turn it away from the body, toes out. Take your right foot and turn it out slightly at a 45 degree angle. You're then going to turn your hips that are completely in line with your front foot. And you're going to hinge forward at the waist line, until your back comes into a flat back. If it's available to you to go all the way down to the floor, you'll reach down and touch the floor with your hands. And the final part of the position is actually exhale and fold forward towards your thigh, just like this. So, for our Yoga bridge for our hip flexors, we have a couple of variations. I like to use the Yoga block in order to figure out where to place my feet, in order to keep my hips in line. So, you can place that between the feet and then, lie back, reaching your fingers till they touch your heels. And if you're too tight to do that, it's o.k., just bring your feet out a little further. Press the back of the arms into the mat and then, on an inhale, lift your hips up and off the floor, trying to get your hips in line with your thighs and your hips in line with your shoulders. You can use your arms now to press down and lift your hips higher. Trying to get only the backs of your shoulder blades, the back of your head and your feet on the ground. And then, variation two, would be to bring your arms down to the mat. And our third and hardest variation is to clasp the hands together beneath the back. Roll the shoulders underneath, press down into the arms and lift all the way up.