In this talk, José explains why the shape and inclination of the protruding, bony part on the front of your hips - called ASIS (Anterior Superior Iliac Spine) - can create pain in your groin when doing various yoga poses. Some people experience the compression of this pointy bony part into the groin as pressure; others experience a sharp stinging painful sensation. In the last case, the pose needs to be adapted, as the groin is a very sensitive area. You will learn which poses this painful compression can occur in and how you can adapt the pose. You can put this into more practice in Jose's follow-up class 'No more pain in your groin when practising yoga' (below).