You’ve done the pelvic clock. Well imagine moving that clock upward on your torso and working your abdomen and ribs. It’s an Awareness Through Movement adventure into core strength!
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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.
We all need a hug sometimes. But this hug will not only offer new insights into your scapulae and ribs, but will also teach you about the joys of rotation and differentiation - two crucial abilities that are easy to lose in our sedentary culture. Plus you get a bonus "self-massage!"
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.
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