Through (too many!) figure 4 chairs and long standing pose holds, we really get into those hips. This is the kind of practices that challenges your mental fortitude as much as your physical strength. For lots of us, slow is harder. BUT, you get rewarded with some candy: 8 angle pose (astavakrasana) and flying pigeon pose (eka pada galavasana). Also, a little time to get into your forearm balance, as usual. If you have tight hips, spend a lot of time running or cycling, this is a practice you may want to come back to time and again.