So many people complain about tight hamstrings without realizing that flexibility comes from the back and hip flexors. This lesson offers a few challenging moves – just remember, less is more!
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This side lying lesson explores the relationship of the arm and shoulder to the spine and ribs, while also improving rotation and a fun grand finale.
So often people exclaim in surprise, "My ribs are supposed to move?" The ribs connect our shoulders and arms to the spine from one end, and the pelvis and legs to the spine from the other. This side lying lesson looks at the possibilities of side bending and how that can improve flexibility and create a new appreciation for your ribs.
You reach with your whole self. At least that's the potential. This mostly seated lesson reminds us that reaching for our object of desire comes from, you guess it, the pelvis. And of course, that means the spine has to get involved.
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