The technique for working on the adductors begins at 1 minute 56 seconds into the video.
Tightness in the adductors.
Observe proper draping. Go slowly, especially with male clients.
Do not do this if there has been a recent groin pull (adductor strain).
Bring your client’s leg so that their foot is resting against the opposite knee. Allow your client’s knee to stretch as far as it will go laterally and posteriorally, then work on the adductors moving your proximal forearm proximally on the adductors going from the knee to a discrete distance from the pubis. Ask for feedback.
You also may do wringing or kneading to the adductors in this position.
For a deeper stretch see Adductors, Foot on Opposite Knee
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