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.
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We really don't pay enough attention to our feet. Yet how your feet and ankles work affects how you stand and walk, impacting on the organization of your hips and back. This lesson looks at how a small movement of the foot can change everything.
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.
Yogis and non-yogis alike love this unusual, stress free way to explore ways of arching the back. This lesson looks at the "wave" of movement that travels from the feet to the shoulders, how the spine responds to the foot and hand's pressure, the shoulder and hip joint relationship, and maybe, discovering new possibilities for the backbend (Yoga wheel pose)
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