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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In an organized skeleton, the pelvic and shoulder girdles are doing a constant dance together. This lesson looks at all the ways they interact, and how that informs the movement of your spine.This side lying lesson is delightfully easy.
Whenever I teach my "top ten" series, this lesson is a must. Not only does it re-balance the two sides of the self, it harmonizes top and bottom. Oh, and let's not forget the diagonal relationship between opposite shoulders and hips. As with so many lessons, this one leads to a surprising, functional finale.
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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