Hanumanasana - Progressive Series
1 Season . 5 Episodes

This five-part series is sure to open up your stance. Through asanas, Pilates, and other modes of tactile learning, you’ll be prepared to take the giant leap into hanumanasana by the time you complete this training.

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Hanumanasana Part 1: A Warm Up (Preview)

Ready to work on your hanumanasana (splits)? This series is sure to open up your stance. Through asanas, Pilates, and other modes of tactile learning, you’ll be prepared to take the giant leap into hanumanasana by the time you complete this training. Practice each sequence several times per week for the best results.

Host: Ashleigh Sergeant
Episode 1
23 mins
Tune into your creative energy with this gentle warm up to open the hamstrings and find mobility in the spine. Build toward Hanumanasana (full splits) or enjoy this practice on its own as a sweet way to prep the canvas of your body for any time of day. Begin lying down with gentle movements to awaken the spine before moving to several standing wide-legged fold variations.
Episode 2
33 mins
Follow along with the series as you continue to prep for hanumanasana, the full splits. To open the hips and legs safely we must work all four sides of the leg/hip: the front, outer, inner, and back quadrants. The second of a five part series, this class includes thigh stretches, lunges, squats and more, building tone in the leg and hip muscles in order to open and lengthen them.
Episode 3
28 mins
This is the third video in the series with Ashleigh Sergeant leading up to hanumanasana - the splits. To open the hips and legs safely and effectively we must work all four sides of the leg/hip: front, outer, inner and back. This class uses skilfull alignment, functional strength training, dynamic non-linear movement and repetition to powerfully tone and open the core, groins and inner thighs. 
Episode 4
21 mins
In the fourth part of this series from Ashleigh Sergeant, this class uses skilfull alignment, functional strength training, dynamic non-linear movement and repetition to powerfully tone and open the hamstrings and entire back body. A key concept addressed is the need to contract opposing muscles in order to lengthen so there will be a strong focus on toning the thighs to release the back of the legs.
Episode 5
38 mins
In the final video of this five part series, Ashleigh Sergeants brings you through skilfull alignment, functional strength training, dynamic non-linear movement and repetition to powerfully tone and open the big muscles in the back of the legs, the hamstrings. Get ready to take a leap of faith into the full splits!